1. Hi Guest, if you are interested in professional video editing software, be sure to enter to WIN > Vegas Pro 15 now!
    Dismiss Notice

Hammond XK-2 Midi Organ

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by Skeetch, Jun 28, 2003.

  • AT5047

    The New AT5047 Premier Studio Microphone Purity Transformed

  1. Skeetch

    Skeetch Guest

    Anyone had any experience with these? You'll all probably think I'm nuts for asking this, but it's come down to a matter of space.

    I've got a B-3 and Leslie 44W in my main room. I've been baby sitting it for a friend and most of the time it sits unused. I absolutely love the sound of a B-3 but I really need the real estate this thing is camping on. I'm wondering if the XK-2 sounds close enough to the real thing to make it worth a purchase. It appears to be able to emulate the real thing as well as various Leslie aspects and would free up an awful lot of space.
  2. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member

    Feb 28, 2001

    I used to have an XK2 years ago. It was pretty good but limited by its MIDI implementation. Through a real Leslie, it was quite good.

    The (modern) Korg CX3 is a winner, to me. I'd love to have one for gigging.

    For me, if it has the Hammond layout and waterfall keys, I'm a pretty happy boy.

    I have a real B3 too and know what you mean. I almost want to have the organ in the control room with me so I can play and record it. However, for those situaion where I need organ for scratch parts, the NI B4 or Emagic's B3 (which I prefer to the NI) is better than a synth or ROMpler organ.

Share This Page