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Triple Drawbar Organ Plugin by Rumpelrausch Taips
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ZR-3 has an average user rating of 3.67 from 3 reviews

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User Reviews by KVR Members for ZR-3

Reviewed By Jim M [read all by] on July 4th, 2002
Version reviewed: 1 on Windows
This is quite a nice little organ emulator. Although its sound is distinctly digital, it can simulate enough of the classic tone wheel grit to really cut through a mix. The percussive key sound leaves a bit to be desired, though. Playing in a percussive style causes some weird "envelope" behaviour and is distinctly less emulative than other sounds. That will take some getting used to.

One of the better features is the LFO/Leslie simulator. With certain settings, one can achieve the classic Leslie slowdown/speedup effect.

And since it's a drawbar emulator, it's a real easy instrument to program. Haven't tried programming in automated drawbar movements yet....

The GUI, although quite impressive and useful, causes me screen redraw problems when using it in Cubase... it's best to program the thing, then close out the GUI.

Good plug-in overall. Recommended.

Now I can go off and pretend I'm Jon Lord (and for all you young'uns out there, he was one of the first keyboard gods... the holy trinity of Keith Emerson, Jon Lord and Rick Wright).

Or even Dave "Baby" Cortez.

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Comments & Discussion for Rumpelrausch Taips ZR-3

Discussion: Active
1 October 2013 at 9:29pm


At 19th december 2005 it's been replaced by AZR3... So the version to use is AZR3 (and its real page is not the in the link of KVR, it is here).

Big Busker
Big Busker
14 November 2020 at 10:48pm

All previous links have been discontinued. The Download page is here, and the web page (such as it is) is here.

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