In his latest video, Alex Ball takes an in-depth look at the E-Mu Emulator II – famously used by Matthew Broderick as the lead in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Ball talks about the history of the Emulator II and demonstrates how it works, with lots of musical demos along the way.
0:00 Day Off
0:40 The Emulator
1:30 Interlude 1: Some Sounds
1:59 The Emulator II
2:27 Interlude 2: 80s TV Score
3:03 Sampling Explanation
4:34 Sampling Demonstration
7:48 Multi-track Sequencing
9:34 What could you use it for now?
11:45 Computer Interface & Famous Users
13:53 Feature Track (mixed by Jakob at Sonic Peak)