[Musikmesse] Arturia Vox Continental-V
Arturia adds to its virtual instrument collection the Vox Continental-V, an emulation for Mac and PC of the Vox Continental 300 organ.
The Vox Continental-V emulates the “Connie” transistor combo organ manufactured in the 60 and that can be heard, for example, on the Animals’ House of the Rising Sun or The Doors’ Light My Fire.
Arturia offers in this software version a reproduction of the two manuals, each with their respective channels, as well as the pedal section, and you’ll find in the Expanded mode drawbars for each harmonics, a percussion section and various effects, including a Leslie cab emulation and a guitar amp simulation.
The Vox Continental-V also features a Service mode in which you’ll adjust the individual pitch, just like on the original organ, the key contact timing (to simulate old contacts for example), and the leakage.
Plus, Arturia added a J70 mode that emulates another rare organ, namely the Jennings J70.
The Vox Continental-V will be available at the end of April for the price of 119€ / $129.
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