IK Multimedia Updates Hammond B-3X

Version 1.3 adds new presets from Jordan Rudess and more      09/04/20

IK Multimedia Updates Hammond B-3X


IK Multimedia has announced a new update to Hammond B-3X for both the Mac/PC and iPad versions. They tell us that Hammond B-3X 1.3 is now compatible for preset presets between the desktop and iPad versions of Hammond B-3X.  Along with this addition comes minor fixes as well as what IK says is an exciting addition from Jordan Rudess.

A spokesperson told us, "Jordan Rudess recently took the stage with Deep Purple for a festival performance in Mexico City using Hammond B-3X as their sole organ instrument. With great success, the Hammond B-3X fit seamlessly into the performance, nailing every organ sound the band has built their sound upon. Jordan and IK product manager, Erik Norlander, created 24 custom presets for the show with the idea to also release them to all Hammond B-3X users. The presets are automatically installed with the 1.3 update."

NEW FEATURES / RELEASE NOTES

  • 24 new Jordan Rudess Deep Purple presets.
  • Compatibility with iPad preset sharing
  • Controllers are now received only on the assigned channels
  • Pitch bend range is now stored globally
  • New share function for importing and exporting presets with desktop version and other iPads
  • General optimizations, performance enhancements and bug fixes and more


Pricing and Availability:
$/€ 199.99

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