- VB3 v1.1 / Virtual Tonewheel Organ

- Version 1.1 released - Many changes and new features

Main features:

  • Full polyphony (183 notes)

  • Virtual 91 modeled tonewheels generator with accurate phase synchronization

  • Adjustable leakage noise and cross modulation between tonewheels

  • Three sets of waveforms: Set H (American Electromagnetic), Set F (Italian Transistor), Set V (Red Tolex Transistor)

  • Motor wow & flutter

  • Busbars and 9 key contacts simulation

  • 17 steps drawbars

  • Two separate sets of drawbars per manual

  • String Bass with adjustable release time

  • Dynamic pickup coil impedance loss

  • Adjustable generator filters scaling

  • Single triggered percussion with natural capacitor discharge/recharge

  • Vibrato/Chorus virtual scanner

  • Dynamic tube preamplifier simulation

  • Tube overdrive simulation

  • Spring reverb

  • Smooth action volume pedal

  • Stereo wooden rotary speaker simulation with artificial environment and microphones positioning

  • Rotors brake position

  • Adjustable background hum and noise

  • Very low CPU consumption

  • Midi controllable, supports VST automation

VB3 is a VST plug-in, and needs a VST host application to run. Read more here.

System Requirements

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows 98se/ME/2000/XP

  • Intel Pentium 3 @ 500 MHz or AMD Athlon @ 500 MHz

  • 256 Mb of RAM

  • 10 Mb of free disk space

  • An ASIO compatible sound card

  • A 61 keys MIDI keyboard

Recommended System Requirements:

  • Microsoft Windows XP

  • Intel Pentium 4 Dual Core @ 3000 MHz or AMD Athlon @ 3000 MHz

  • 1 Gb of RAM

  • 10 Mb of free disk space

  • An ASIO compatible sound card with near-zero latency

  • Two 61 keys MIDI keyboards and an expression pedal

Price: 49 euro

"VB3 is a virtual tonewheel organ which simulates an american electromagnetic organ of the old days, but it's also capable of other simulations like the italian transistor organs of the seventies or the red-tolex organs played by famous pop bands of the sixties." Via