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Hammond XM-2 Sound Module
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This exciting pro drawbar organ module is powered by Hammond's most advanced VASE3 Digital tone wheel generator. The XM-2 utilizes many of outstandin...Read More
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This exciting pro drawbar organ module is powered by Hammond's most advanced VASE3 Digital tone wheel generator. The XM-2 utilizes many of outstanding sounds and features found in the XK-3.
The XM-2 synthesizer is a sound-generator that can reproduce all the unique Hammond organ-sounds using 'Digital Tone-wheels' powered by a double VASEIII-engine. This unit can operate on its own as a module in a studio-environment.
- 2 Vase III as Digital Tone-wheel sound generators
- Transpose: -6 0 +6 semitones
- Effects: Internal Leslie: On, Fast, Brake, Digital 2 Rotors, Leslie-presets:122,147,710,760,825(adjustable)
- Vibrato and Chorus: V1, V2, V3, C1, C2, C3, Upper&Lower, On/off, Speed:5(6,10Hz7,25Hz)
- Digital Overdrive
- 3 EQ bands
- 10 reverb programs
- 5 sustain lengths (Pedal)
- 28 Patches
- 4 MIDI templates
- CONNECTIONS DC-Input(9v), MIDI In1, In2, Out
- Expression Pedal (Phone jack)
- Foot switch, Line out L/Mono,R
- Headphones, 8-pin Leslie
- Dimensions: 396mm(W) x 172mm(D) x 50mm(H)
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Comments about Hammond XM-2 Sound Module:
I own a 1955 Hammond B-3, a 1967(ish) A-100, and three vintage Leslies, so I know what a Hammond is supposed to sound like. As far as I'm concerned, this unit just nails the classic Hammond sound. You can get growl, scream, or sweetness, and every imaginable parameter is available and editable. The Leslie effect is just great as well. I own a Ventilator, and while it may have a slight edge in spatial realism, the XM-2 beats it in rotor interaction and physics. You can even dial in the cabinet of your choice. If this unit were any more realistic, I would be smelling oil and old wax and feeling the wind of the treble rotor on my body. Hammond got it right in 1955 when they introduced the B-3, and they got it right in this century with the XM-2.