PSP Audioware introduces B-Scanner
PSP presents B-Scanner, a plug-in inspired by the analog scanner-based effect of vintage Hammond organs.
PSP B-Scanner is an emulation of the analog scanner-based effect available in some vintage Hammond tonewheel organ models such as B-3, C-3, A-100 and others. Although the PSP B-Scanner was designed to recreate the classic sound of the Hammond B-3 Vibrato and Chorus, it is said to offer a wide range of options, enhancing its potential.
B-Scanner is available now in the VST2, VST3, AU, AAX and RTAS formats, and while it sports a MSRP of $69 it is currently at the introductory price of $39 until April 30th (prices do not include VAT or other sales taxes is applicable). More details at www.pspaudioware.com.
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