4.5
49 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

GSi VB3m simulates the famous american tonewheel organ better known as the Hammond Organ B3.

Main features:
- Two manuals plus pedalboard
- Two sets of 9 drawbars each for upper and lower manual
- Two drawbars for the pedalboard
- Physical modeling engine with full polyphony (91 tonewheels)
- Rotary speaker effect with two variations plus one static amp
- Virtual microphone positioning
- Tube overdrive simulation
- Two band equalizer
- Digital reverb
- Program bank with 32 memory locations
- On screen keyboard (upper manual only)
- Split function
- Pedal-to-lower function
- Pedal String Bass decay
- Global tuning between A=430 Hz and A=450 Hz
- Fully customizable Midi CC Mapping with Midi Learn function
- Reverse all drawbar CC option
- Sustain pedal support for sustaining notes
- User selectable Midi channels
- Freely assignable Program Change numbers
- OBOE support
- Background audio option
- Free Cloud service to easily exchange Programs and Midi Maps

Please note: latency settings may have no effect on certain devices.
In order to use a USB-Midi Keyboard, please use an OTG adapter.
Please refer to this Q&A article for more details:
https://www.genuinesoundware.com/?a=support&q=101#Q101
Updated on
Aug 13, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

4.4
45 reviews
gartnl
July 4, 2024
A bit in doubt. Yes, it's a good organ with lots of options and a nice sound. But, how to select the midi-port for input? VB3 just grabs the first available port. It does not present itself as a virtual port to other apps. Nothing about this in the manual. So how do I control and integrate this into my midi-setup? Other things: UI is low-res, volume output is low, no option to keep screen on. It is the only real B3 in the store .. but overprised as midi implementation is limited.
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