Studiologic has introduced a new keyboard, based on the Numa Organ. The new version, Numa Organ 2, offers three different organ models (A/B/C) plus three vintage analog models and a unique classical diapason sound, for a total of 7 different organ models and many new features. The organ models are further enhanced by a new chorus/vibrato scanner, rotary post processor with various setups, new spring reverb post-processor, new drive (tube distortion) and new 'click and leakage' modeling. Studiologic says that all of the effects can be programed to presets allowing a totally different sound for any kind of music from Blues and R&B, Progressive Rock, Classical, Jazz and Funk with total timbre flexibility and instant control.
New Key Features
The Numa Organ 2 sound modeling has been designed to give a wide variety of sounds, derived from the analysis of the main features of some of the most popular organ sounds, allowing to build combinations using the drawbars and all the available post processing effects (Vibrato, Chorus, Rotary, Reverb, Drive, Click, Leakage). The Numa Organ 2 performs as a clone of some tone wheel organs, and captures some features of old acoustic and electronic organs while remaining flexible and allowing for customized mixing, editing functions and control.
Pricing and Availability:
Numa Organ 2 is shipping now.
US Map Price: $1299.99
The original Numa is a great little organ. I like the feel of ratcheted drawbars, like the originals, so I chose otherwise. However, their organs play and sound great, and also work as a 6 octave midi controller.
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