CC Drawbar

Organ Sound Anywhere.

CC Drawbar is an application implementing an electronic organ that creates its tone using drawbars. The tone is created by setting the overtone structure according to the extent to which the nine drawbars are pulled out.
It is designed with the aim of handling it with a feeling of operation that is in line with the legendary Hammond B3 series organ.
You can easily enjoy the sounds produced by the drawbars on your device.
It also supports full-fledged performances as a MIDI sound source by connecting an external amplifier and MIDI devices such as a MIDI keyboard.

Compatibility

  • Requires iOS 12.0 or later
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

Features

  • 2 drawbar groups with nine drawbars.
  • 4 registration presets for each group.
  • 16 simultaneous maximum polyphony sounds.
  • Percussion functions true to the specs of the retro Hammond B3.
  • Simplified vibrato and chorus effects.
  • Supports dark mode.
  • A detailed user guide is built in and ready to go

The following features are added with in-app purchases:

  • Rotor simulator that produces an effect like a Leslie speaker.
  • Reverb effect.
  • Built-in pitch tuner.
  • A mini keyboard with adjustable size and note range.
    • The size can be chosen from 25, 30, and 37.
  • Expression by tilting the device.
  • Adjust built-in rotor simulator effect.
  • MIDI input supports the following functions:
    • Note on/off
    • Expression control
    • Rotor control
    • Pitch bend
  • Play along with songs in your music library with the built-in play along player.

You can try out extra features for two weeks by purchasing the "Free Trial" in-app purchases.

Currently, following functions are not supported.
  • Inter app linking feature such as Inter-App Audio and AUv3
  • Recording & playback the performance

Detailed features and usage of CC Drawbar are explained in the User Guide.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at support@chord-city.com

CC Flute is created by Chord-Works, and its details are published on the Chord-City website.