Things have been pretty busy since October, when my free VST organs (and other instruments/FX) began to take off in earnest, but I’ve finally got round to providing an update.
I can speak with more confidence about the software now, as I know it works, and that people like it. The two VSTis I mentioned in the above post are still available, albeit now looking a bit more professional with the benefit of a visual makeover. These have been joined by three more VST organs, and a separate rotary speaker simulator which comes as a VST effect. The virtual organs available at present are:
The VSTX3 (as in the above post but with visual makeover)
The Nash (as in the above post but with visual makeover)
The Rawgan (a very flexible combo organ/synth hybrid with assignable drawbar tones, built-in rotary, phaser, etc)
The VSTV2 (a classic ‘60s organ)
The GutterSnipe (a rock orientated organ with a dirtier sound).
You can see and hear the GutterSnipe in this short YouTube vid made by the myVST site. Version 2 of the GutterSnipe, just released, has major sonic improvements over Version 1 (the one featured in the vid), but you can still get Version 1 if you want that specific VSTi.
All of the above is available free. You can access the download for the free rotary speaker effect, as well as all the other organs and VST paraphernalia, via the link below…
Hope this is of use.