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Author Topic: Use the leslie on my guitar?  (Read 2564 times)

monsieurcamelius

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Use the leslie on my guitar?
« on: August 13, 2016, 09:29:17 pm »
Hi guys!

I was wondering if it's possible to use the leslie as an FX?

I would like to use it on a voice, on a guitar, and so on.

It's possible to do this kind of thing with B4 from NI.

Any ideas?


LBH

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Re: Use the leslie on my guitar?
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2016, 11:07:28 pm »
It's not possible to use B3 as an FX. It has no audio input and is not made as a FX plug-in.

NI B4 is a old discontinuet product that came both as a instrument and as a FX version to use as plug-in.

It's possible to find Leslie or other rotary or tremolo FX plug-ins - also some even in DAWs own FX arsenal.
You can search the web. And also study DAWs.

Perhaps someone know of a awesome Leslie FX to recommend.

jackn2mpu

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Re: Use the leslie on my guitar?
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2016, 09:39:06 pm »
It's not possible to use B3 as an FX. It has no audio input and is not made as a FX plug-in.

NI B4 is a old discontinuet product that came both as a instrument and as a FX version to use as plug-in.

It's possible to find Leslie or other rotary or tremolo FX plug-ins - also some even in DAWs own FX arsenal.
You can search the web. And also study DAWs.

Perhaps someone know of a awesome Leslie FX to recommend.
PSP's L'Otary Leslie emulation. Very versatile and sounds WAY better than the one Arturia did. Not free but worth every penny.
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