|Based on a new family of VLSI chips (G 2.0), and featuring 128 voices (e64 offered 64 voices), up to 128MB of RAM, a graphical user interface, and all sorts of expansion options, the Emulator IV was an instant success and offered new features - some of which are still state of the art to this day. The EIV has long been considered the best hardware sampler in the world, as is evident from its many awards and 'Who's who' list of users.
|LFO||2 Sample & Hold, Saw Up, Saw Down, Sine, Square, Triangle, Clocked, Delay|
|Sampler||16 bit, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, Gated, Loop, One Shot (Phrase), Multi-Sample. 2MB expandable to 128MB|
|Filter (VCF)||1 12dB Slope (2-pole), 24dB Slope (4-pole), 36dB Slope , Band Pass, Band Reject, Formant, High Pass, Low Pass, Parametric, Z-Plane|
|Envelope (VCA)||3 Delay, Attack, Decay, Decay 2, Sustain, Release, Release 2|
|FX||24-bit stereo effects
|Memory||ROM/RAM: 1000 patches|
||Y: Yes, N: No, N/A: Not Applicable
||Voltage Controlled Oscillator
||Digital Controlled Oscillator
||Low Frequency Oscillator
||Voltage Controlled Filter
||Voltage Controlled Amplifier
||As with a piano, the harder you hit a key, the louder the sound, unlike most organs which always produce the same loudness no matter how hard you hit a key.
||Pressing a key after you activated it. Channel Aftertouch, no matter which key, it will send a Channel message. Poly Aftertouch, sends the pressure per key instead of the whole channel.
|Values for OSC, LFO, Filter, Envelope are per voice unless stated otherwise.