Fantom-G Electric Organs

Sinevibes releases the Drawbars Sound Expansion for Roland Fantom-G      08/10/08

Fantom-G Electric Organs


Sinevibes continue to expand it's Sound Expansions line for the Roland Fantom-G series. Next one is called Drawbars, and it is not just a sound library but quite an unusual sound modelling tool. It provides multiple models of classic tonewheel and electric organs of 1960’s, with the Fantom-G sliders working as virtual drawbars.
Sinevibes tell us that there are lots of ready-to-use organ sounds, and you can create your very own registrations by mixing the harmonics yourself. They say it is very easy and a lot of fun to do in a live performance.
Pricing and Availability:
Drawbars Fantom-G Sound Expansion is immediately available as an instant download for $29, as well as part of Sound Expansion Pack and Mega Pack bundles with discounts of up to 40%. More information and audio demos:



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