Integrated organ and high-definition keyboard controller.
The Numa Organ represents Studiologic's dedication to providing musicians with superior MIDI keyboard controllers designed for expressive performance, and featuring industry-standard Fatar keybeds. The Numa Organ master MIDI controller combines physical modeling of 12 electromechanical organs with complete control provided by 9 drawbars, rotary/modulation wheel, and chorus/vibrato knob. It also has built-in effects and a keybed with 61 waterfall keys (great for slides) that can be switched from fixed velocity in organ mode, to dynamic mode for expressive playing when used as a MIDI controller for other instrument sounds.
Wheels/rotary - preset
The Numa Organ has both pitch and modulation (MIDI out) wheels. The mod wheel can control rotary speed (slow/fast), plus the Numa organ has a switch that “brakes” and turns off the rotary effect. The first octave keys of the Numa Organ have the colors reversed, which is a visual guide for selecting different presets made available by pressing the preset switch.
Vibrato/chorus - drawbars
The Numa Organ has a six-position knob selects vibrato and chorus variations; two switches that enable or disable the vibrato and chorus on upper and lower section; and a 9-drawbars with three switches to modify combinations on upper, lower, and pedalboard sections
Percussion - transpose - split functions
The Numa Organ allows you to split keyboard with upper section on the right and lower or pedal section on the left. By pressing Up/Down on the Transpose section, there is a variation of a semi-tone. The percussion section adds a complete percussive sound set to the drawbars.
Effects - equalizer - keyboard
The Numa Organ has a complete effects section. Effects can be applied and modified in real time (Reverb, Drive, Key-Click, Leakage). The Equalizer section controls the main volume, bass and treble. The Numa Organ features the FATAR TP/80 keyboard for true organ touch, and also has a button that switches the velocity mode between fixed velocity for organ, or dynamic mode for expressive playing.