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CreamWare is now shipping their third ASB ("Authentic Sound Box") product: the B4000 ASB - a faithful and very portable reproduction of the legendary Hammond™ B3™ tonewheel organ. The instrument features full polyphony over its three registers as well as a Leslie emulation and advanced tone controls such as "Crunch," "Drive" and "Tonewheel Condition."
Debuting at the Musikmesse, the new Prodyssey ASB synthesizer is the latest arrival to CreamWare's ASB family of desktop synthesizers. A precise replica of the legendary ARP™ Odyssey™, the Prodyssey also delivers contemporary features like 12 voice polyphony, an effects section and USB computer integration. Patches can be edited directly on the hardware panel or via the supplied remote-control software which is available for both Windows and Apple OS-X Version 10.4.
The Prodyssey ASB is expected to ship by late May 2006. The street price of both the B4000 ASB and the Prodyssey ASB is projected to run at around 999 EUR.