Full Drawbars B3 Emulation

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alliemakesmusic
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Post 29 Apr 2022

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Hi all, just got R+ for a month to decide if I wanted to upgrade to 12 (I'm on 10 perpetual right now). For fun decided to try out some of the new combinator features. I threw together a semi-decent sounding Hammond emulation with Algoritm. Not winning any awards for being pretty but I added full drawbar support on the combinator since the factory sound tonewheels don't have the ability to dial in the drawbars to your liking. Also created a leslie effect (using polar rather than the rotary RE, since I don't particularly love the RE...).

Let me know if you like this, I could be convinced to make it a bit better if people care :D (I have a Nord electro so I mostly just did this for fun rather than to sound perfect for my usage).

Fair warning, runs great on my tower but my laptop struggles with it a bit lol.

Edit: Audio demo http://sndup.net/ssjj
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motuscott
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Post 29 Apr 2022

Selig and the Poke were there first...
Hard to beat them fellas.
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alliemakesmusic
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Post 29 Apr 2022

Heh, I was aware they had some REs :) this is with "stockish" instruments and effects (those that come with R+, anyway). Maybe there are some combis floating around out there that do the same thing too. Nonetheless it was a fun learning exercise

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