Dirty Organ Sounds

Ueberschall releases Funky Tonewheels sample collection featuring a Hammond C3 through a Leslie 147      01/12/11

Dirty Organ Sounds


Ueberschall believes that a dirty-played old tube Hammond Organ, slightly overdriven, is the perfect spice for any production where an authentic organ is needed and they tell us that this new Funky Tonewheels loop library contains soloistic played organ licks, many funky rhythm grooves and various chord- and bass grooves. They say that even unusual and mad played styles found their place in this soundbank.Here's a description of it in Ueberschall's own words:
The whole spectrum of Hammond playing techniques is available: From single lines to shearing styles, from drawbar changing loops to varied Leslie speaker's speed and much more. 19 Tonewheel-kits offer you a great opportunity to get inspired by lots of phrases, licks and harmonies.
For this recording, a Hammond Organ C3 and its Leslie 147 was microphoned with 3 Neumann Mics (Treble Rotator 2 Mics , Woofer Rotator 1 Mic) using RME Micstasy Hi End A/D converter.
The sound library comes along with the brand new Elastik 2 loop player for realtime timestretching and pitchshifting, among other great features.
Funky Tonewheels was produced by Uwe Kinast and Hakan Türközü who has also played the organ for this library. Both achieve high quality libraries with their knowledge of musicproduction and recordings.
Genre: Funky Organ
Content: 1 GB, 19 Organ Kits, 537 Licks
Elastik Soundbank for Mac/PC/AU/VST/RTAS/StandAlone
Elastik Player included - no sampler required
Pricing and Availability:
49.00 € More information:

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