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GG Audio Spin v1.3.0 [WiN, MacOSX]

GG Audio Spin
Team R2R | 13 September 2021 | WiN: 20 MB | MAC: 133 MB
Something magical happens when your sound goes through a rotating speaker. Nothing quite sounds like it. Spin recreates the wonderful sound of vintage rotary speakers with warmth and wonder.


  • 2 Classic rotary cabinets: 122 & 147
  • A custom "high-power" rotary speaker
  • The infamous RA200 cabinet with 3 rotating treble speakers
  • A classic 4x12 non-rotary speaker cabinet simulation
  • Adjustable 3 band output EQ
  • Extensive MIDI controller mapping
  • Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany and Walnut cabinet finishes
  • Low memory/disk usage
  • Classic 122, 147 and "high power" custom rotary speaker simulations
  • 3 classic 40 watt rotary speaker tube overdrive simulations and high gain British guitar amp overdrive
  • Completely adjustable rotary speeds, acceleration & deceleration
  • Accurate microphone spread, distance & balance controls
  • Rotary horn diffusers on/off
  • Front stop & Memphis control for rotary speaker
  • Low CPU usage

GG Audio has updated Blue3 to version 1.2.0. This update includes the 2 most requested features from users: Global Tuning and Sustain Pedal support. A user can access both of these features in the Settings dialog.

The Tuning control allows a user to shift Blue3's tuning anywhere from A=435 to A=445 in 1 step increments. There's also a small text display in the bottom left corner that displays the tuning setting when it's NOT at A=440.

Most organists know that a real Hammond B3 doesn't exactly adhere to a true equal tempered scale. On a real Hammond and Blue3, the only note that's exactly on pitch is the A key, all other keys are slightly off because of the way the tonewheel gears are manufactured. This is one of the many tiny details that give a Hammond (and Blue3) it's unique sound. When a user shifts the Tuning control, all of the tonewheels still maintain the offset and ratios but now at the lower/higher pitch.

Also in the Settings dialog is the new Sustain Pedal control. It lets a user use their sustain pedal to hold notes on Blue3, like a piano or synth. The control allows a choice between sustaining just the Upper manual, just the Lower Manual, just the Pedals, or all of the manuals. The purists can also just leave it off. Both the Tuning and Sustain Pedal settings are Global and are NOT saved with presets.

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