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Posted by: jackn2mpu
« on: May 24, 2016, 10:08:26 pm »

Hi Jackn2mpu.

on the leslie, right to the "drum accel" knob, you have a "on/off" switch. Setting it to off will bypass the leslie.
Hope it helps,

Best,
Thanks for the reply; it's not clear what that switch does as it just says on/off but on/off what? Maybe active/bypass would be better.
Posted by: Germain.arturia
« on: May 24, 2016, 04:09:46 pm »

Hi Jackn2mpu.

on the leslie, right to the "drum accel" knob, you have a "on/off" switch. Setting it to off will bypass the leslie.
Hope it helps,

Best,
Posted by: jackn2mpu
« on: May 24, 2016, 02:24:54 pm »

Is there any way to completely bypass the Leslie for a direct output from the organ? Locking the rotors isn't a true bypass/di output. This is needed so one can use external Leslie emulations and amps because after all not everyone that played a B3 used a Leslie (Jon Lord didn't). And at least for me the internal Leslie isn't one of the plugins better features because quite frankly I don't care for it's sound. There are better out there (big fan of PSP's L'otary).
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