E-MU NI Proteus Rack
The Next Generation of Proteus
Native Instruments Player and NKS compatibility
The Proteus Rack Library was produced by the original E-MU sound and graphic designers. Starting with the original hardware sound samples, instruments are
mapped and programmed to match the hardware sound modules. The powerful script programming integrates the hardware functionality to the software for the
same great look and feel of the sound modules. Proteus Rack Library is compatible with all Mac and PC Digital Audio Workstations.
This new sound library is not an update to the original Proteus Pack. The sound module synthesizers have been built from the ground up. Now designed for Native Instruments free Kontakt Player, the full version of Kontakt, Komplete, and Maschine. The instruments are seamlessly integrated and can be controlled by all NKS hardware.
Includes Proteus 2000, Mo’ Phatt, Virtuoso, Xtreme Lead-1, Planet Earth, and Vintage Pro with over 3,500 legacy sounds that will expand your imagination.
– Designed from the ground up for free Kontakt Player, full version of Kontakt, Komplete, Maschine, & NKS hardware
– New dynamic graphic interface allowing hardware feel and functionality
– Module programs grouped, ordered, and tagged to match the hardware
– 3 Effects Busses and control of all parameters
– 32 Step Programmable Arpeggiator
– Solo/Mono Mode with Legato & Glide Control
– Komplete Kontrol Previews
– Compatible with all NKS hardware controllers
Also available in SoundFont, EXS24, Protools Structure, PreSonus, and Cakewalk Dimension Formats.
“The E-MU Proteus Rack sounds are so classic, they really give your track a vibe. Its not that they sound hyper realistic, like a lot of the modern sample libraries which can wind up feeling kind of lifeless and sterile. Its exactly because they are not so realistic that they start to feel more intentional, more of a stylistic move. A lot of the sounds you’ve heard in tracks from the 80’s and 90’s which have an instant nostalgic feeling. So cool, its quickly become a go to in my production, right alongside my analog synths and vintage gear.” – Mad Zach