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Orla Companion

Organ from Orla

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interesting!

Orla CompanionPublished on 08/24/12 at 17:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Organ with four sets four analog and two octaves vibrato, two on the rear side and an output jack outputs Din.

I have not felt limited in polyphony.

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, setting everything by switches, and a slider for volume.

SOUNDS

Its very retro, almost "chipsound" pretty fun to play. The only downside to my model, the presence of a large background buzz while making use difficult, I hope it is repairable

OVERALL OPINION

Analog organ simple, interesting enough to use with a small lesli, if we can remove possible noise I'm sure this is certainly modest, but nice little vintage analog organ) …
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Organ with four sets four analog and two octaves vibrato, two on the rear side and an output jack outputs Din.

I have not felt limited in polyphony.

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, setting everything by switches, and a slider for volume.

SOUNDS

Its very retro, almost "chipsound" pretty fun to play. The only downside to my model, the presence of a large background buzz while making use difficult, I hope it is repairable

OVERALL OPINION

Analog organ simple, interesting enough to use with a small lesli, if we can remove possible noise I'm sure this is certainly modest, but nice little vintage analog organ)
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  • Manufacturer: Orla
  • Model: Companion
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 08/22/2012

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