I am selling or trading my E-mu MP-7 Command Station like mpc for production like timbaland or the neptunes I am also throwing in the proteus 2000 protozoa expansion sound rompack
The bottom line? These things are packed with goodness. First, the sounds. Inside the MP-7 are 512 sounds (over 1000 waveforms), and the ability to expand the unit using up to three ROMs from E-mu's growing Proteus 2000 expansion library. Unlike any of the other table-top sequencer's, this one has the ability to pack enough sounds inside it to actually make some noise! Use the 13 velocity-sensitive pads with aftertouch to play in the music (neatly arranged like an octave on a keyboard
On board is a 16 track sequencer, and between that and the arpeggiators, you don't have a single excuse for not getting something good happening. Once you've got it swingin, use the MP-7's realtime control knobs to dial in the right feel and sound. 12 pole filters, LFO rates, two effects
processors and more are available at your fingertips. And don't worry about having to scroll through a billion menus on the LCD to get to what you want...in addition to the 16 knobs, there are enough buttons to cover just about everything else
. What strikes us about the MP-7 is how fast it is; you'll like the layout.