Many software developers have produced Leslie cabinet emulators for admission to the rotator roster: Amplitude’s “Rotary 147”, Native Instruments’ B4 & Vintage Organs built-in Leslie sim, Guitar Rig’s “Rotator”, and “Spinner(LE)” from fxPointAudio are all worthy of mention. Most Hammond/Leslie aficionados will nod in unanimous agreement that GSI’s VB3fx has been “the bar” by which all other software Leslie clones must be compared with.
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