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Posted on: May 10, 2009 @ 10:44 PM
PaulCann
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Is there any way to emulate the imfamous Leslie rotating horn sound on the MO8 and apply it to any organ voice using on-board effects? Or would it require a voice tweak? If anyone knows, please aprise.

TIA,

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Posted on: May 11, 2009 @ 10:11 PM
Bad_Mister
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To get the full effect of the following make sure you setup your MO in stereo.

You have the following Leslie algorithms in the MO available as INSERTION EFFECTS:

Rotary Speaker
Distortion + Rotary Speaker
Overdrive + Rotary Sepeaker
Amp Simulator + Rotary Speaker
2-Way Rotary Speaker
Distoriton + 2-Way Rotary Speaker
Overdrive + 2-Way Rotary Speaker
Amp Simulator + 2-way Rotary Speaker
Dual Rotor Speaker 1
Dual Rotor Speaker 2
Dual Rotor Speaker 3

The Rotary Speaker effect type is very programmable and you should attempt to get into editing it to your liking. If when you call up a sound or an effect and it is not to your particular taste that is the time to roll up your sleeves and dig in. Here is some information that might help.

You typically have controll over the following parameters:
_ “Speed” is the switch. Either Slow or Fast - this is assignable to a controller (typically MW)
_ “RotorT” is rotary speaker transition time - This parameter is assignable in any Control Set
_ “Horn T” is the horn transition time This parameter is assignable in any Control Set
_ “RotorS” is the Slow setting for the speaker 0.000Hz ~ 2.650Hz. This parameter is assignable in any Control Set.
_ “HornS” is the Slow setting for the horn 0.000Hz ~ 2.650Hz. This parameter is assignable in any Control Set
_ “RotorF” is the Fast setting for the speaker 2.692Hz ~ 39.70Hz. This parameter is assignable in any Control Set
_ “HornF” is the Fast setting for the horn 2.692Hz ~ 39.70Hz. This parameter is assignable in any Control Set
_ “MicAngle” is the position of the ‘virtual microphone’. (Not available for real time control)
_ “Drive Lo” and “Drive Hi” will increase the response in the low frequency or high frequency area respecitively and there is a “low/high” balance for the effect. These parameters are assignable in any Control Set
The other parameters are for Frequency/Gain of a 2-band EQ. These parameters are assignable in any Control Set.

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Posted on: May 14, 2009 @ 11:57 PM
PaulCann
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Thanks for the thorough reply Bad, I’ll try this weekend.

Regards,

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