Links update: 02/05/2017
The power of modern synthesis with the soul of vintage organs
A new instrument that spans multiple genres. Drawbar additive synthesis, harmonic modifiers, and vintage effects create an incredible sonic palette and outstanding playability.
Drawbars and Envelope
Four drawbar sections (attack, primary and secondary sustain, and release) control the tone of each part of a note's evolution. The two sustain layers can be mixed or crossfaded.
17 selectable wavesets for each drawbar create the base textures. Tuning, voicing overlay, and variable key-click further work together to emulate classic instruments - like the Hammond B3 - or create brand new sounds with an incredible level of control and flexibility.
Harmonic modifiers can dramatically alter the tone of the drawbar components. Modifiers are assigned to drawbars individually, creating a vast range of sound-design possibilities. There are 14 modifier types and each has a variable 'color' control, can be modulated with envelope shapes, and includes note and velocity scaling.
15 Rotary Speaker / Cabinet models include classic rotary speakers with alternate miking, pan control, balance and air controls, and four full-range vintage-style cabinets, two bass cabinets and a direct-box.