Good B3 sounds on the Moxf?

Yamaha MOXF6 Music Production Synthesizer boasts a rich collection of instrument voices that includes pianos, electric pianos, strings, wind instruments, orchestral sounds, guitars, basses, and drums, as well as a wide variety of vintage and modern synth sounds.

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Good B3 sounds on the Moxf?

Unread post by brianclemens94 » Sun Aug 18, 2019 7:29 pm

Hello, does anybody know how I could achieve the closest possible B3 sounds on the Moxf models? Are there any build in sounds plus effects combos you recommend or would I have to purchase third party sounds?

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Re: Good B3 sounds on the Moxf?

Unread post by YamahaUser » Sun Aug 18, 2019 8:19 pm

I think many musicians would agree the thing that makes or breaks a B3 sound is not so much the base Voice, but how good the Leslie simulation is. There have been various approaches to getting a good overall B3 sound, varying substantially in cost.

Answers to the following questions could help advise you in making a choice:
Does your MOXF have a flash memory module installed?
What sort of budget can you afford to apply to this?
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