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    Mighty Wurlitzer ...

    I was thinking about the B4 II and all the extra organ sounds it comes with and I couldn't help but think of the cheezy old "Mighty Wurlitzer" sound that's missing.

    Has anyone put it into a sample library?

    Ernie

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    Re: Mighty Wurlitzer ...

    I know PMI did a theater organ but I never heard it. I generally associate that sickly-sweet vibrato sound with the term "Mighty Wurlitzer" and theater organs in general but I don't know if that's the kind of sound PMI was going for or if anyone else has tried to sample it. Makes me cringe, personally!

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    Re: Mighty Wurlitzer ...

    Quote Originally Posted by FredProgGH
    Makes me cringe, personally!
    too funny Fred!

    Dan

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    Re: Mighty Wurlitzer ...

    Quote Originally Posted by FredProgGH
    I know PMI did a theater organ but I never heard it. I generally associate that sickly-sweet vibrato sound with the term "Mighty Wurlitzer" and theater organs in general but I don't know if that's the kind of sound PMI was going for or if anyone else has tried to sample it. Makes me cringe, personally!
    I agree that a little goes a long way but I often play for seniors and they like that sound. Like it or not, it's conspicuous by it's absence.

    While I'm at it, has anyone created a street/carousel/band organ? I'm thinking something that sounds like this:

    http://carouselstore.com/music/BoppBookCD.mp3

    complete with percussion.

    Ernie

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    Re: Mighty Wurlitzer ...

    Found it!

    http://theatreorgans.com/walnuthill/index.htm

    Converted the SF to Gigastudio and it's off to the ballgame ...

    Ernie

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