Sonic State Studio / Virtual/Soft synths / NATIVE INSTRUMENTS B4

Average rating: 9.2/10 out of 10

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jnhks a hobbyist user from USA writes:
If you're using the NIB4, then you're wanting to move toward computer based sound modules. I mean, who would buy this, hook it up, and then complain that it's not like the real thing?...How can you expect the real thing from a virtual instrument? It should sound like a virtual B4---which it does. I love this software...and I don't need roadies in the room to work with it. It's top notch and FUN.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 09-Feb-10 at 16:24
The Dude a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Having owned both Hammond C-3 and M-3 I am here to tell you that as of this time, there are no emulations that come remotely close to the B-4 in it's authentic sound reproduction of the Hammond B-3. Don't take my word go find out for yourselves. Native Instruments Rock!!!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Monday, 29-Mar-04 at 22:7
martijn a hobbyist user from holland writes:
Whow!!

Like the lesliestuff..I don't care weither it's like the real thing. I'd never be able to chech out the real thing, so I'm happy with just this thing. What I know from records I've been listening to, this one get's really close... Also like the low latency of my terratec ewx-24, realtime playing is so cool....

Buy!!!!

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 20-Feb-03 at 2:58
Wonderbred from USA writes:
Funny, at Sonic State, you can find thousands of lowlife nerds bitching about which 808 kick emulator sounds like an 808 kick (based on never owning the original) or how much sub bass a sub bass could bass if a sub bass could sub bass.

But bring up a Hammond B3 Emulator and ..........

"DUH? I own the whole Warp Catalog. Who's Mississippi Joh Hurt?"

Alright, I didn't care if it sounded exactly like a B3, I just new it was cheap, and that it was from Native Instruments.

Alright, now I've got a B3 without having a b3. NICE.

Best part, it fits in my IMAC, instead of filling up my whole room.

Is it the real deal..I wouldn't know. Does it sound good enough? I'm convinced.

posted Monday, 03-Jun-02 at 16:21
todd a Professional user from USA writes:
Since not many people have reviewed this software, I thought I would add my 2 cents.

I never considered myself a huge fan of the organ, but once I downloaded the demo I was convinced. The sounds are very inspiring and are a breath of fresh air when placed alongside more complicated synths.

I immediately bought the full version. There is a lot of variety in the dozens of presets, sound quality is excellent. Price is great.

You owe it to yourself to at least try the demo, though it is limited to a few presets.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 22-Oct-01 at 14:3
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