Studiologic Numa OrganItem ID: NumaOrgan
73-key Virtual Tonewheel Organ with Waterfall Action, Reversed Bottom Octave, 9 Drawbars, and Controller Functions
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Finally, A Controller for the OrganistWe understand: you're a tonewheel maven, and you want to control your entire rig from one keyboard. Check out the StudioLogic Numa Organ. Designed in cooperation with renowned jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, the Numa Organ is as close to the real deal as you can get in a trim 22-lb. chassis. You get 73 keys of Fatar's sublime waterfall action, nine drawbars, and a host of controllers inspired by the legendary Hammond B-3. A "clonewheel" is judged by the sound of its rotary speaker emulation, and the Numa Organ doesn't disappoint, churning out classic "B" with all the trimmings. You get the sonic gravy, too, with spot-on drive, key-click, and leakage. So conjure up the holy grail of organs with the StudioLogic Numa Organ.
StudioLogic Numa Organ 73-key Virtual Tonewheel Organ Features at a Glance:
StudioLogic's Numa Organ - everything you want in one keyboard!
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Jordan, Marquette, MI
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
Love My Numa Organ
by Mark Trotier from Hartford CTI'm having a lot of fun with the numa organ. I play blues and jazz standards and its very gratifying to play. One day I became puzzled as I noticed the organ sounded a little better than usual and ... read more [+]so I looked at my settings to see what I had done to improve the sound. I suddenly realized that I had mistakenly swapped out a set
April 15, 2013
Music Background: semi pro
of cheap cables for an expensive set of monster cables I was using on another keyboard. That was an education. But yeah, very happy with this. close [-]
by Orion Bell from Indianapolis, INThis is my first Hammond clone. Up 'til now, I've relied on my synth to make the organ noises, and told myself that the multi-tasker makes a lot more sense. And, for gigs where I need to be the organ... read more [+]ist, horn section, strings, etc. that's still true. But, I have always loved the Hammond sound and the ability to tweak the sounds on the fly, something I couldn't do with my Fantom.
January 25, 2013
Music Background: Weekender
Everything about this unit is great. The waterfall keyboard is responsive and comfortable. It begs for smears and slides. And the sound! It's all a matter of personal taste,but it sounds better to me than anything from Korg, Roland, Nord or even Hammond. Big, full sounds and I didn't need to buy a Ventilator to get the Leslie effect. Nice.
The control layout is very much like a real Hammond. Sliders don't click like real drawbars do, but the effect and response are spot on, and the onboard Leslie speed/brake control works like the half-moon switch on the real deal. (There's a Leslie connector on the back panel if you have real cabinet to play through. I don't.) My only quibble is the lack of contrasting markings on the drawbars or Chorus/Vibrato switch. Easily remedied with a little white nail polish, but still . . .
Lightweight package. great feel, amazing sounds. I'm loving it. close [-]
The Real Deal
by Eric Clancy from Fort Wayne, INI've owned organ emulators for years, and I've tried them all. I've also owned studio logic gear for years, and never would have thought they could build something that sounds like this. Joey D's ... read more [+]taste, artistry and love for the organ is craftily built into a great feeling keyboard. It's true you can't tweak many of the cabinet parameters like on some other boards, but what comes stock is so crazy good I haven't felt the need to change anything. It growls, screams, howls, and it's over-all warmth and authenticity raises plenty of eye-brows. I can't tell you how many people come up to me after the gig is over, wanting to know what on earth I'm playing that sounds so much like a B3. close [-]
January 17, 2012
Music Background: Keyboardist, Jazz Professional Musician