Soft Organ Gets Bigger

Linplug release Organ 3 - a follow up to daOrgan      08/12/06

Soft Organ Gets Bigger


Linplug have released Organ 3, a major update to daOrgan.
Organ 3 is a software organ emulation with all controls found on the original Hammond B3 as well as a sophisticated rotary speaker simulation. Linplug tell us that many new features open sonic possibilities never heard from any other organ before. Organ 3 offers 3 individual manuals with layer/split modes and two two multi-effect units.It comes with 90 presets.
Main Features
  • Authentic emulation of many classic organs and the rotary speaker, get the sound of the original
  • Each emulated aspect is individually switchable or adjustable
  • 3 manuals, individually adjustable and playable on separate MIDI channels or in split or layer mode
  • Dual effects section with fully syncable rotary, reverb, delay and chorus, and new: Gator and LoFi crusher.
  • 64 voice polyphonic (CPU dependent)
  • Individually adjustable Percussion for upper and lower manual
  • Adjustable Keyclick and Motor noise from off to authentic or even up to overemphasized
  • Controller hardware (faderbox or synth) can be used to control the LinPlug Organ 3 parameters using the LinPlug
  • Adjustable age from factory new to trashy
  • Spread (Unison) for each manual
  • ADSR envelope for each manual
  • Microtuning support (TUN files) for different scales
  • Including 11 alternative tonewheels
  • Fully recognized velocity, adjustable pitch bend
  • Rotary simulation with full sync to song tempo (even tempo changes can be synced)
  • Sample accurate timing
  • Full parameter automation
  • Settings are saved with your song
Pricing and Availability:
The license fee is $149 USD / 129 Euro
The upgrade from daOrgan is $79 USD / 59 Euro
Or get it for free with the Doepfer d3c organ controller (www.doepfer.de/D3.htm) - you will get a coupon with the d3c to obtain a full license from linplug
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