Yonac Intros ORGAN+ For iPhone, iPad

GB Tonewheel & Transistor Organ Emulator      26/02/11

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Yonac Software has introduced Organ+, an organ emulator for iPhone and iPad. 

Features:

  • Faithful, real-time emulation of revered tonewheel and transistor organs
  • 44.1k, 16 bit pro-quality stereo sound 
  • 7 unique organ engines, each with different "feel" and "response", including b-, f- or v- types.
  • Dual manuals with dedicated drawbar groups
  • Nine drawbars per manual
  • Full effects stack:
  • Retro-spec reverb w/ time and feedback
  • Dual chorus/vibrato with knob-controlled mix, speed and depth
  • Fat-circuit overdrive
  • Rotary effect w/ intensity
  • Key click
  • Organ percussion effect w/ settable length and harmonic selection
  • Event-based recording with key-animation and bounce-to-audio
  • 36 factory presets of classic organ sounds
  • Ability to save infinite number of user's own presets
  • Export bounced audio files via Wi-Fi, or on the iPad, via iTunes
  • Metronome with multiple time signatures
  • Keyboard note overlays
  • Configurable key width with 8 size steps (individually adjustable for each manual)
  • 61-note keyboard at each manual
  • Audio copy
  • USB MIDI keyboard control with the Camera Connection Kit USB adapter (iPad only)

Pricing and Availability

Yonac's ORGAN+ is available now in the App Store for $2.99. 

James Lewin
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