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Virtual Organ from VisareTone

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  • Manufacturer: VisareTone
  • Model: Style ORGAN Dual Model
  • Category: Virtual Organs
  • Added in our database on: 08/22/2017

                                           Legendary Classic Organ & Modern Sound 

                          VST Plugin  Style ORGAN v 1.1 P8 DS   Dual Model    VisareTone™

The new product- virtual instrument Style ORGAN by VisareTone™ is  popular in Japan , USA and France.

The Style ORGAN is a combo of simulation of  famous Tonewheels Organ and old idea of synthesiser.There is many parameters to choice which are displayed on the main screen in the oryginal values /Hz, dB, ms, % /.General an idea is:two Layers - TrackLR and two Units/ 4 - Lowers Drawbars and 5 - Highers Drawbars/ for setting parameters of synthesis.

 

Classic Vibrate and Rotary Sound, Small Church or Cathedral Organ, Gentle - Heavenly Voices and many expressive Modern Sounds - 128 Presets..

Manual 1, Manual 2.

Nine Standard Drawbars: 16’- 5(1/3)’- 8’ - 4’ - 2(2/3)’ - 2’ - 1(3/5)’ - 1(1/3)’ - 1’   for two Layers.

   Adjustable Key Click and Percussion - Decay, Level, Color Click, Mix 
   Intensity Harmonic for an individual Drawbar - On/Off
   Delay and Wide Pan, Joystick Twin Filter, Scanner Vibrato, Chorus.

   Envelope ADSR.

Many another at main Panel and container UNIT / LFO,  Pitch,  Level,  Twin Filter - combine  Low Pass, Band Pass and Hi Pass /.
   

   Required  VST Host Windows-32bit

   Medium CPU and intuitive Interface

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