@dhj Oh, thanks for that, I’d not spotted it.
They also mention Amplitube, which I had been using in combination with the Arturia B3V, which is also pretty power hungry, but half what the B-3x is demanding.
The other annoying aspect of the IK B-3X plugin is that you cannot map a sustain pedal footswitch (CC64) to TOGGLE the Leslie speed. You can map CC64, but you have to hold the footswitch down for fast and let up for slow. I’ve gone back to using the Arturia V Collection B3 until IK fixes this issue.
Thank you, pianopaul!!! I was able to use a horizontal switch with “momentary to latching” enabled, however I also had to enable the Invert switch to make the widget work with my sustain pedal/switch. Works like a champ!!
Yes, this way you don’t have to use “momentary to latching” enabled and you don’t loose CC64 to sustain for example piano chords, when you split sounds.
But most of us have 2 hands to play and no time to use ModWheel to switch the leslie speed.
In the enhancement requests at IK Multimedia Site this latching mode is entered (in IK Multimedia Leslie this is implemented - they simply forgot it in the Hammond plugin…).
And also to support sustain like VB3 II or Blue 3 support it is requested.
I like to switch the Leslie speed by using aftertouch, that’s why i have a script in all of my organ-rackspaces which gives me three options to switch the Leslie: Sustain-Pedal (sustain-signal is passed on and won’t be lost), Aftertouch and a button on my controller, but most of the time i only use the aftertouch.