Lostin70s has released HaNon B70, a free vintage organ emulation. Thanks to its 91 virtual tone wheels rotating permanently, HaNon B70 is designed to emulate a famous vintage organ with low CPU usage.


  • Key clicks, the soul of vintage organs, are emulated naturally, and take into account connectors decays.
  • Leakage between tone wheels pairs, another characteristic of vintage Organ is simulated and can be adjusted.
  • Chorus, vibrato and percussion, every original ADN is reproduced.
  • The rotary speaker in the HaNon B70 is a physical emulation of an L122 (frequency response, tube drives, speed adjustment). Drive and balance between bass and horn speaker are adjustable.
  • Keyboard can be split or the plugin can be played with two channels MIDI keyboard (1 and 2). The split point can be learned. Keyboard lower/upper mix is also adjustable.
  • A Schroeder low CPU reverb algorithm with adjustable parameters completes the effect section.

Sound Demo: SoundCloud.com/user-894509188/sets/anon-b70-demo-sounds

Price: Free.



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