“The Queen of Organs”: CreamWare unveils the B4000 ASB at NAMM

January 19, 2006

All of the 91 tone wheels; the analog circuits; the interactions between organ and Leslie; the key click; the crosstalk of the choruses even when all the drawbars are inside — all of this and more was carefully scrutinized and re-engineered with love for the details to compose a vital, authentic musical instrument. The result is a real organ with a hefty bass bottom, clearly defined mids and screaming heights. But see yourself. It will be our sincere pleasure to personally introduce you to our Youngest within the ASB family. Come and meet her on our booth # 1013 in hall E. You’re welcome.

The B4000 ASB arises from the same advanced technology as her siblings. And like there we introduced some reasonable enhancements: velocity sensitivity, tunable signal envelopes and an integrated audio input, just to mention a few. Of course the B4000 ASB is also equipped with an USB Interface for connectivity to any PC environment and comes with 12 voices. You can edit patches directly within the unit or via the Remote-Control Software (Windows/OS-X).

You will find more information at www.asb.creamware.de.

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