Yonac launches an organ emulation for iPad
Yonac Software, creator of the very popular Magellan synth on iPad, introduces Galileo, a virtual organ app for the Apple tablet.
Galileo features 11 types of organ sounds that cover a wide variety of existing physical models and music styles. The GUI includes recreation of tonewheels, drawbars, manuals, as well as a chorus/vibrato, a percussion section with two attack algorithms, etc. The sound is routed to a virtual Class A tube amp and a Leslie simulation with three types of cabinets. Many other parameters are also present for you to tweak the sound.
The app offers 48 voices of polyphony and you can MIDI select the drawbar sets.
Yonac implemented the MIDI support with 130 CC destinations, Audiobus support (input and effects), an arpeggiator and 240 presets are included.
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