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Orla Ruby

Organ from Orla .

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Orla RubyPublished on 08/19/08 at 07:08
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Organ end of year 70 to 1 and 2 pedal keyboards / 3 octaves and a half
Sustain, Vibrato, Lesly (electric) and a super phaser.
Headphone and audio input while mono.
It has different layers that add selectors on two keyboards and pedal (Flute, Oboe, Horn, Brass, Reed / 16 '8' 4'...) type sounds and some piano, guitar, mandolin, keyboard higher ... but these are not those out there who are interesting.

Total Polyphony
There is also a drum machine ... BFD is not, but I'm sure some would be able to make great songs with.

UTILIZATION

The sound editing could not be easier
You can create an infinite number of different organ sounds through different layers and effects

SOUNDS
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Organ end of year 70 to 1 and 2 pedal keyboards / 3 octaves and a half
Sustain, Vibrato, Lesly (electric) and a super phaser.
Headphone and audio input while mono.
It has different layers that add selectors on two keyboards and pedal (Flute, Oboe, Horn, Brass, Reed / 16 '8' 4'...) type sounds and some piano, guitar, mandolin, keyboard higher ... but these are not those out there who are interesting.

Total Polyphony
There is also a drum machine ... BFD is not, but I'm sure some would be able to make great songs with.

UTILIZATION

The sound editing could not be easier
You can create an infinite number of different organ sounds through different layers and effects

SOUNDS

Vintage organ sounds good ... I love it!
FX Level, the phaser is really the key in addition to this organ, it is exceptional and all controls (on / off and speed) are under the fingers to act in real time.
An immitation of Lesly / tremolo is present, not bad either.
I would have liked a little more than attack the high notes and the whole sound in general a little more bite, but it's a different style than the Hammond or Farfisa is more "smooth

OVERALL OPINION

I have for many years and I never tire of it.
It's really nice to have a keyboard like that, we sit down, you turn and you play.
the great burst!
Level several organs came under my fingers: Farfisa, Hohner, Yamaha, Casiotone and B4 and virtually all the little brothers in freeware.
It has given me 30 euros, no regrets!
When I see the old stuff in this style for cheap, I sink, therefore I gladly it again
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  • Manufacturer: Orla
  • Model: Ruby
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 08/19/2008

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