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VH-2 Organ

Organ Plugin by Iliadis Instruments
VH-2 Organ by Iliadis Instruments is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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The VH-2 Organ simulates a Drawbar Organ and a Transistor Organ. The sound of it is something between Hammond's Electromagnetic Organ, Yamaha's Electone of the '70s and other analog organs, Vox, Farfisa and other Transistor Organs.

General Features:

  • 64 Note Polyphony.
  • 9 "Standard" Drawbars with 2 Organ Types (Sine Organ, Transistor Organ). A Touch Button works as a Selector. Adjustable Attack and Sustain with 2 Red Drawbars.
  • 9 Percussion Drawbars with the "Standard" Harmonics. Adjustable Attack and Length with 2 Red Drawbars. A Touch Button switches On/Off.
  • Key Click Imitation. Adjustable Decay and Level. A Touch Button switches On/Off.
  • Vibrato/Chorus Virtual Scanner (V-1, C-1, V-2, C-2, V-3, C-3). A Touch Button switches On/Off.
  • Tube Overdrive Simulation. Adjustable Gain. A Touch Button switches On/Off.
  • Stereo Rotary Speaker Simulation. Touch Buttons for On/Off and Slow/Fast A Green LED (bottom right) shows the Rotor's situation.
  • Adjustable Master Tone, Tune, Reverb (Studio Type) and Level.
  • 128 Programs available.
  • Modern GUI.
  • Low CPU consumption.
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