Studiologic is shipping the Numa Organ Joey DeFrancesco Model, an integrated organ and keyboard controller.
Including Fatar’s so-called “TP/80 Premium Waterfall Action” keyboard, the Numa Organ offers a physical model of the classic electro-mechanical organ, with rotary and scanner emulation.
The Numa Organ was developed in conjunction with Joey DeFrancesco. 9 classic drawbars are designed to control upper, lower, and pedalboard sounds. Features include 12 presets on the first reversed octave, keyboard split with lower or pedal to the left, chorus and vibrato on upper and lower, rotary with on-off-brake and slow-fast (with mod wheel), transpose, and a percussion section with soft/normal, slow/fast, and 2nd/3rd options.
An Effects section offers variable Reverb, Drive, Keyclick, and Leakage levels, and an on-board Equalizer is designed to provide tailoring of the organ’s tone. Velocity action can be switched between normal organ or Fatar Dynamic Touch modes. USB and MIDI in, out, and through connections open the Numa Organ up as a master keyboard controller for standalone and plug-in software instruments.
It comes in a metal housing and real wood side walls, and weighs 22lbs.
For more information, visit www.studiologic.net.
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