The B4 brings one of the richest sounding and most beloved hardware organs into the 21st Century studio. The B4 is a complete virtual tonewheel organ, capable of reproducing in authentic detail the sound of the legendary B3 organ and rotating speaker cabinet. Authenticity, playability and an unmistakable expressiveness are the defining features of this utterly convincing emulation.
* 91 tonewheels * 9 drawbars per manual * 2 manuals and pedal keyboard * Scanner vibrato/chorus * Percussion on any harmonic * Keyclick (adjustable) * Tube distortion sound * Rotary speaker * Many parameters for fine tuning the sound * Standalone capability * Audio input when used as an effects plug-in or standalone
Nanotron is a recreation of a Mellotron/Novatron that I owned through the 80's, the voices were recorded using a Studer A80 in 1979, the tape developed oxide failure in 1990 and was transferred to DAT, the DAT was lost and later found in my attic in 2002, I then set to work cleaning up the recordings, correcting pitch errors etc.
daOrgan features all of the controls found on the original B3 as well as a sophisticated rotary speaker simulation. These features have been incorporated into an easy-to-use interface, capable of producing a wide range of classic and modern organ sounds
* 24 voice polyphonic (CPU dependent) * 9 drawbars * Adjustable Percussion * Adjustable KeyClick * Adjustable motor noise * Spread (play 5 detuned organs simultaneously) * Distortion that ranges from warm to dirty * Rotary speaker cabinet simulation * Fully recognized Velocity * Full integration in VST environment: Sample accurate timing, full automation and settings are saved with your song
* Uses tuned filters to create the ping * 16 pings can be played simultaneously * Each ping is mapped to a different key, like in a drum-layout * Each ping has a parameter for frequency, duration, panning, distortion and amplitude * Uses hosts default interface - future version will have GUI