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Keyboard Controller Idea


Pat Azzarello

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So, I'm a little surprised that Fatar/Studiologic (or someone else) hasn't decided to make a "Hammond" controller keyboard. With the number of organ modules out there (and the frequency that new ones crop up) I would think there would be a market for a controller keyboard with:


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  • Waterfall keys
  • Hammond Style Drawbars
  • A few programable switches
  • Pitch/Mod wheels
  • One or two manuals
     

Anybody else think this is a good idea? I'd rather buy a controller and pick the module that I want (and swap/upgrade later) than put out the $1800+ for an all in one unit that probably will be updated in a year anyway.

 

Am I the only one who thinks this is good idea?

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Actually, Alan's not that far off base...

 

The point being that the actual sound generating electronics don't cost that much to add. If someone's gonna design a keyboard with all of the hardware (switches, drawbars, etc) already on it, they may as well toss an engine into it for a few dollars more so that can aim it at a wider target market.

 

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Unfortunately the OB3 and OB3-2 keyboards transmit sys-ex when you move the drawbars, not standard controller numbers, so this limits there functionality as controllers. :(

 

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