Native Instruments B4

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  1. homerg

    homerg Member

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    I'm looking for a plug-in that will make my Yamaha workstation sound like a Hammond B3. Has anyone used this PLug-in before, and can you tell me a little about your experience with it?
     
  2. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member

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    The B4 is really good. Its only drawback is that it only provides the sound and not the physical control surface of a real organ. But hey, certainly better than a DX7 or most other sampled organs.

    If you need that physical interface, the Korg CX3 is fantastic.
     
  3. homerg

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    Thanks for the reply Nate.
    However, I don't have $1800 in my budget for a Korg CX3. Can I still use it with my Yamaha PRS282?
     
  4. Nate Tschetter

    Nate Tschetter Active Member

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    As long as the 282 has MIDI out and you have a MIDI interface on your computer, then yes, you should be able to.
     
  5. mik9dt

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    Give the vst daOrgan at http://www.linplug.com a try.
    I bought it and its great.
    It's not as in depth as Natives B3, but a lot less cash, very good and available as a download over the net.
    I Like.... :)
     

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