May 06, 2018
(and last updated on Dec 02, 2018)
Rebuilt and updated my virtual drawbar/tonewheel organ! It features chromatic samples from a direct input setup, giving you the pure unfiltered sound of the organ. In the latest iteration, you can easily create your own custom preset registrations, accessible via key switches.
The free version has full drawbar control and all the effects from the full version.
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Mar 08, 2018
(and last updated on Mar 08, 2018)
Bass sounds are made on a P-bass copy played with thumb (not much attack, so check master volume))) guitar sounds on a Squier Tele bridge mic all buttons up. These presets are intended to be a base to get your sound, all FX are small in the rack and ready to be activated and mixed as you like. Maybe on a second time you'll like to refine the settings using the "enlarge" button..
Have fun :)
Mar 14, 2017
(and last updated on Mar 21, 2017)
UPDATED! NEW twin, twin 2 and blues 3. Vintage 70's rock sound for hard rock. Jazz and modern jazz. Blues and blues 2. ATTENTION, the adjustment of the input level of the sound card. High level created a bad distortion. Low level, you do not have the right answer of the guitar. For best sound set the sample rate to 48 kHz frame 128, the buffer 2 . If you like, to give me a star, a stimulus for making new presets. Have fun...........
Mar 03, 2017
(and last updated on Mar 03, 2017)
I've been working on another beat template which uses Jazz and Blues rhythms. But I tried something new this time - I noticed that in my beat templates a lot of the beats had similar characteristics and it made things really bulky. So with this template, I've made patterns for both the right and left hands as well as for the right foot (i.e. the kick drum). This means that you are able to make many different beats by just playing any R-hand, L-hand and R-foot combination s...
Sep 08, 2015
(and last updated on Feb 14, 2016)
Maybe you'll like to improve this rack when playing some blues?
Or use a wild preset to deliver your hard lines?
(Oh, beware of the general level if you put the GCB95 Wah on on the blues one;))