The Ferrofish B4000+ Organ Module packs a lot of cool, into a relatively small package. Featuring: nine real drawbars, high resolution endless potentiometers, a TFT display, Sharc DSP processing, and a Cortex 3 ARM processor, the B4000+ has some nice horsepower. But, the important thing is what it does, and how well it does it. The B4000+ is an extremely authentic emulation of that classic groovy organ sound we all know and love, and it also provides an equally accurate rotary speaker sound. Add in the fact that “Players can set the age of the organ, the leakage between the drawbars, and even the tonewheel condition can be adjusted”, and you start to see how deep the Ferrofish B4000+ goes, in giving you what you want. Further, there are many more parameters that can be defined, including percussion, and keyclick with key contact delay. There is also an FX section with chorus/vibrato, reverb, and compressor, as well as envelope attack and decay, MIDI keysplit, and velocity.
All of this is wrapped up in a cool looking device that is around 6lbs, and can pretty much fit in a backpack. Try that with an organ and rotary speaker. Not sure if the results will be the same there. Now, I could go on about how cool the Ferrofish B4000+ is, and how great it sounds – but maybe you should hear for yourself. Enjoy!