Galileo Organ features a virtual-analog design that generates and processes tonewheel (or transistor, depending on the setting) signals. We will follow with a more comprehensive list of specs, but here are some highlights:

  • 32-bit DSP
  • Three individually configurable manuals, each with own drawbars
  • 11 organ types. The organ types include tonewheel engines with unique tonal characteristics, harmonic leakage, etc. as well as multiple transistor engines.
  • Scanner Chorus & Vibrato emulation
  • 48-voice total polyphony
  • Percussion module w/ 2 attack algorithms
  • Adjustable key click, tone wheel & drawbar leakage, brilliance, attack/release; togglable bass foldback
  • Rotary cabinet simulation w/ 3 cabinet types, brake & speed toggles, adjustable fast & slow mode rates, drum-to-horn balance, rotor acceleration and stereo mic separation
  • Virtual-Tube preamp w/ asymmetric-clipping “Class A” topology. Parameters include gain, blend, a classic lows-mids-highs tonestack with selectable mids focus for an “American” or “British” tube tone.
  • 4 types of Wah-Wah with adjustable sweep range & emphasis
  • Autowah module w/ 5 sweep curves, 3 follow modes, velocity tracking, settable rate, phase and bpm syncing
  • Ring Modulator / Tremolo with fast & slow modes and adjustable depth
  • Delay, Reverb & configurable FX signal path
  • Arpeggiator with dedicated note buffer for each manual
  • Comprehensive MIDI implementation with three IO channels, keyboard splitting, program changes, sustain & expression pedal support
  • MIDI Learn w/ over 130 control destinations
  • Over 240 factory presets, including a bank produced by Sunsine Audio
  • Create & share unlimited banks and presets
  • Built-in tapedeck with recording, audio sharing, copy/paste
  • Touch velocity recognition
  • Scale keyboard mode w/ over 50 musical scales and selectable key.
  • Can be used in the Audiobus input or FX slot

Via the Yonac blog.

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