Orginally founded by Lino Ragni, Studiologic is synonymous with high quality MIDI controlers and ground breaking digital piano and organ instruments. The traditional craftsmanship, together with a deep knowledge of building materials and practices, fundamentally important for an instrument based on folklore such as the accordion, determined the business growth in the following years.
The relationship between technology and handicraft culture has strengthened within a framework of modernization, determined by the use of new polymers and mass production fixtures.
Studiologic has been progressively winning a position of prestige, by putting great care and specific expertise into designing, engineering and construction of MIDI Controllers and digital keyboards with high technological and quality standards.
Going beyond traditional building techniques in order to innovate the models of production, has always been at the very basis of the Studiologic's strategy.
Introduction - Numa Organ 2
Get inspired by the new Numa Organ 2! Its Physical Modeling synthesis is the most authentic revival of the sound of an electromechanical tone wheel organ. But the Numa Organ 2 is much more!
The Numa Organ 2 sound models have been designed to give a wide variety of sounds, derived from the analysis of the main characters of some of the most popular organ sounds, allowing to build combinations using the drawbars and all the available post processing effects (Vibrato, Chorus, Rotary, Reverb, Drive, Click, Leakage). The Numa Organ 2 performs as a clone of some Tone Wheel Organs, and captures some characters of old Acoustic & Electronic Organs by keeping the full flexibility of using any customized mixing, editing function and control.
More than an organ
Using the reversed octave you can select one of the 7 different sound models between Tonewheel Organs, Electric Organs and Church diapason.
Grab the sound
With the extended control panel you can use more than 30 physical controls to fit the sound to your favorite taste. Any sound combination can be stored in one of the 12 memory locations and can be immediately recalled from the reversed octave.
Ports and connections
Modern and old school at the same time. Connect the instrument to a computer through the USB port and control a real Leslie® by the 11-pins port.
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