HB plays JSB on HB3

by Hugh Banton

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katok There is love in this work. It is just simply beautiful.

P.S. Beware, HB clearly has the objective of destroying your house with infrasound ^^ Favorite track: Passacaglia & Fugue in Cminor BWV582.
Oleg Koretsky
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Oleg Koretsky Amazing sound of the organ, great performance. l would never guess that HB3 is a software organ unless I read about it on sofasound! Favorite track: Passacaglia & Fugue in Cminor BWV582.
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mikayel_abazyan My friend and Soundman's jaws dropped when he listened to some of these tracks, and his eyes opened wide when I told him that SW organ synthesiser does not use any sampling techniques or recordings of actual pipes.
"What a reverb! What a purity! Oh, and those low-ends! Now, THIS is a work of utmost professionalism. Amazing!"
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released January 14, 2019

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Hugh Banton Evesham, UK

Hugh Banton has had a lifelong career as an organist and electronics engineer. He has been organist with prog-rock pioneers Van der Graaf Generator from 1968 until the present day, as well as Technical Director at church organ manufacturer Makin Organs during the 1980s & 90s.
Currently he designs and builds digital church organs and has developed his own organ-simulating PC software, 'HB3'.
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