Klavinett IE 40 Tube Organ



  • This is my next sample based organ, the 1965 Klavinett IE 40 Tube Organ - Extremely rare Swedish Organ.
    First I need to restore the instrument , I am missing 4 notes at the moment but I think I have found the problem.
    As soon as its up and running I am sampling it ! 🙂
    Bunch of Tubes !

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  • @lalalandsynth Gorgeous components in there! Where do you get all these gold? 😋



  • I am the only synth tech in Iceland , I get everything through here 🙂
    I got the Tube Organ as a gift from a happy client.

    Will also be sampling this one.
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  • @lalalandsynth AWESOME!!!



  • @lalalandsynth Mate, Is This Your Office/Studio? 🙂 What A Great Place To Having Fun



  • @Natanr Yes, my synth repair shop 🙂



  • @lalalandsynth wow man. what a relic. I definitely recommend you to market you and your VIs as the repair shop that restores and samples rare weird unique findings.

    I'm also working in a rare Electric Piano. A Klaviphon



  • Yes, that is a good idea , I have thought about that.
    I am hanging in there for Hise 3 as its still a bit lacking to do the traditional synth stuff, envelope and lfo wise.
    So I am going to start with the gear that does not really need that 🙂



  • @lalalandsynth said in Klavinett IE 40 Tube Organ:

    Yes, that is a good idea , I have thought about that.
    I am hanging in there for Hise 3 as its still a bit lacking to do the traditional synth stuff, envelope and lfo wise.
    So I am going to start with the gear that does not really need that 🙂

    Whats lacking?

    https://channelrobot.com/product/shapiro-2/



  • @Lindon what is lacking is the "normal" mode of operation on the modulators in terms of how most basic analog synths work.

    Lfo should be bipolar , modulate around the center point.

    Adsr should be unipolar from the center point with the ability to invert.

    As it stand Hise modulates from 0-1 , 1 being the center point, which is a nice option but should not be default.

    Retriggering lfo should be possible( unless it is and i am not aware)

    So that is the basics.

    Any other modes of operation are welcome but its lacking the ability to behave like most synths.

    Apart from these modulation issues , in the synth modules in Hise you cannot change octave or tune and have it change in realtime, you have to retrigger a note to hear the change, would not be acceptable in a vst.

    Having said that , looking forward to v.3 .



  • @lalalandsynth said in Klavinett IE 40 Tube Organ:

    Retriggering lfo should be possible( unless it is and i am not aware)

    targetModulator.setAttribute(targetModulator.Legato, value);



  • @lalalandsynth said in Klavinett IE 40 Tube Organ:

    Lfo should be bipolar , modulate around the center point.

    so if I set an LFO like this:

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    and it is bipolar it should move from all on to all off, if its not bipolar it should move but leave some residual no?

    • so thats exactly what happens...all on to all off for all settings of the gain control.


  • @Lindon say that your "volume is set at 0.5, you set an lfo , depth on lfo set to go from -0.2 to +0.2 then the volume should go from 0.3 to 0.7.

    As it stands it would go from 0.1 to 0.5

    So current lfo can not go above center value!

    If it were correct.

    You would set the lfo to have an amplitude/depth of 1 or -0.5 to +0.5 and it would fully close and fully open...with a center value of 0.5.

    Or 0.8 and it would go from 0.1 to 0.9 etc.

    So the lfo should get added to the center value , increasing and decreasing the center value.

    In the case of a filter it would open and close the filter up and down from the set freq.

    Now , as an option it could work as it is now .......up to the value set and even reversed where it would go up from the value set ...but default should be up and down from the value set.

    As for the adsr it should go from the set value and increase the value , not from 0 to the set value .
    With an option to inverse...go down from the set value.

    None of the modulators work like they should , its wrong and makes it impossible to emulate a synth the proper way.


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