EVB3 Features

EVB3 simulates an organ with two manuals (keyboards) and a pedalboard—each of which can have its own registration (sound setting). A morphing feature allows seamless crossfades between two registrations.

EVB3 can be played with two manuals and a MIDI pedalboard, if you wish. It also offers functions that allow you to play all registers with a single-manual master keyboard.

EVB3 uses a sound generation process known as Component Modeling Synthesis. It faithfully replicates the tonewheel generators of an electromechanical Hammond organ, down to the smallest detail. This also includes charming flaws, such as the Hammond’s enormous level of crosstalk and the scratchiness of the key contacts. You can adjust the intensity of these quirks to match your tastes. This flexibility allows you to generate a full range of sounds, from flawlessly clean to dirty and raunchy—and everything in-between.

EVB3 also simulates various types of Leslie sound cabinets—with rotating speakers, with and without deflectors. You can set the position and stereo intensity of the microphone (used to capture the sound of the Leslie speaker) as desired.

To round things out, the EVB3 adds an integrated effects section, providing three tube overdrives with different tonal characteristics, an equalizer, a wah wah, and a reverberation effect. You can freely define the signal flow of these processors.