Acousticsamples – B-5 Organ V3 (UVI Falcon)

Organ B5 is based on real tone wheel samples and is fully modeled from: tone wheel sensors and AO-28 amplifier to resistive wires, rods and key contacts … Everything was carefully measured on different models and adjusted according to real organs. True organ sound with the flexibility of synthesis.

Hybrid Approach.

Hammond’s organs are complex animals, full of wires and mechanical parts. The best performances so far (with the exception of a real organ) have been made using pure synthesis, mainly because the organ operates using a set of 91 frequencies that are connected via contactors under each key and whose volume is controlled by levers.

Sample-based libraries consist of the simultaneous stacking of thrust samples. This works, but causes a serious problem: sometimes you play the same frequency twice, and due to phase cancellation, you never get the same sound twice when you press the same keys.

We found a way, using a 91 frequency synthesis approach, but with real samples, that allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds: real recorded organ tone plus real mechanical behavior, but with the added benefit of functional drawbar controls and synth tuning options.

Move the R2RUVI file from the R2R folder to C: \ ProgramData \ UVI \ R2R

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