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Skorpius
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Postby Skorpius; Sat Jul 01, 2017 3:26 am Re: Is there a serious competitor to GSI VB3?

Has anyone demoed, or is actually using, Arturia's B-3V? Plus, has any of you guys done a comparison of B-5 and B-3V? This would be really interesting.
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Postby realmarco; Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:32 pm Re: Is there a serious competitor to GSI VB3?

been one of the beta-teseters of GGaudio's Blue 3 its pretty awesome

VB3 is 32 bit only probably because it was ported to the Hardware

http://www.b3guys.com/Crumar+MOJO+61+Si ... uct_id/558
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Ingonator
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11946 posts since 21 Mar, 2008, from Hannover, Germany

Postby Ingonator; Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:45 pm Re: Is there a serious competitor to GSI VB3?

realmarco wrote:VB3 is 32 bit only probably because it was ported to the Hardware

http://www.b3guys.com/Crumar+MOJO+61+Si ... uct_id/558


Since 2014 VB-3 v1.4 is also avaiable as a 64-bit VST2 plugin, at least for Windows.
For OSX a 64-bit VB-3 still seems to be missing.

The VB-3 v1.4 64-bit VST2 for Windows is available for download here:
https://www.genuinesoundware.com/?a=showproduct&b=24
Without a license it seems to run in demo mode.


Crumar MOJO indeed seems to be based on the engine of VB-3.
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Spitfire31
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2711 posts since 18 May, 2003, from Sweden

Postby Spitfire31; Mon Jul 17, 2017 9:38 am Re: Is there a serious competitor to GSI VB3?

Ingonator wrote:Crumar MOJO indeed seems to be based on the engine of VB-3.

The MOJO is, to all intents and purposes, VB3 version 2 (not released as VST yet, if ever, and Guido confirmed that a Mac version will probably never happen).

Briefly, the MOJO/VB3.2 is a fab organ. I don't much miss my tonewheel Hammond any more. ;-)

Perhaps the two-switch start-up procedure, though…

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