Vintage Organs Download from Native Instruments
Vintage Organs from Native Instruments
The new Vintage Organs instrument provides the charismatic electromagnetic organ sound of the 60s and 70s. Based on meticulous sampling in combination with the advanced Kontakt engine, it recreates three iconic tonewheel organs and two distinctive transistor-based models complete with their authentic sound shaping and effect facilities.
Available as a download in the NI Online Shop for £99, or buy Komplete 7 here at Dolphin Music for £399 and find Vintage Organ included (plus, a free pair of Sennheiser Earphones!) Our first batch of Komplete 7 sound out in an instant - our second batch came in today - so be quick!
FIVE DRAWBAR LEGENDS REBORN
PURE VINTAGE CHARM
The tone-wheel and combo organs of the 60s and 70s have long since established themselves as modern classivs that no producer's sound palete should be without. Vintage Organ's brings the classic organ sounds of the past to your productions and performances today. Five legendary vintage organs have been meticulously sampled, preserving their authentic character and charm in perfect, expressive detail.
Part of the Komplete instruments and effects family, Vintage Organs includes the sounds of the Hammond B-3 C-3 and M-3 models, the Vox Continental II and the Farfisa Compact, recorded in highest quality from the original instruments exclusively by Native Instruments. The Organ and Amp pages provide full control over sound through drawbars, percussion, chorus/vibrato, overdrive, rotary effect, envelopes, EQ and reverb.
Hammond B-3: The most renowned drawbar organ of all time. Classic, distinctive drawbar organ sound.
Hammond C-3: A variation on the B-3, the model sampled for this instrument features subtle tonal differences from the B3.
Hammond M-3: The 'Baby B-3', a living room model with smaller tonal range and no foldback, slightly lighter in sound with less body.
VOX Continental II: The classic transistor/combo organ. Cleaner and more stable than the Hammond range.
Farfise Compact: Originally a stripped down answer to the Vox continental, it quickly became a classic in its own right for its simpler, yet unmistakable tone.