This post was originally published at ask.audio
I am highly aware that when reviewing, consulting, or designing presets for keyboards I can be somewhat of a design team’s worst nightmare when it comes to organ sounds. I know this, I’ve tried therapy and just being ‘less picky’ but nothing seems to work. I’ll often spend hours with EQs, rotary simulators, compressors, tube saturators and the like to get an organ sound to where I’d like it to be. That is why, when I downloaded the latest version of B-5 from Acousticsamples, I was fully prepared to spend half a day exploring, tweaking, and putting B-5 version 2 through its paces.
Author : Matt Vanacoro