Much love for the Galileo Organ VST?


#1

What’s the consensus for this plug? Anyone here using it?


#2

Hey Dennis

Is this the iPad app version? I’ve not been able to find a VST version of it.


#3

The what now?..


#4

haha yeah my bad - the iOS one!


#5

??? All I know is that it is an iPad app. I saw it sometime back, but I don’t use Apple products, so I gave it very little attention. It sounded decent, but pad apps are not really my thing. All the vids I’ve seen has it drenched in reverb.

edit: Ahhh…the Dennis is back. I see how it could be fun to play, but…


#6

ahhh ok thanks Corky - I’m looking to setup a backup system using the iPad and I had read some nice things about it but nothing beats real world experience. It won’t some close to VB3 but might do in a pinch!


#7

I could see that! I have a friend that runs his rig off iPad, so not a bad idea “in a pinch”. :grin:


#8

I once learned a B3 part from a guy on YouTube using Galileo on an iPad. The emulation was better than I expected.


#9

cool! Thanks for that. If Guido had even hinted at a iOS port, I’d wait…but as it is probably 100% certain he won’t I need to find something. The organs in Sampletank are awful, and there is about 1 that is “useable” in Korg Module and after that not much at all…so when I heard about Galileo the ears pricked up hahaha!


#10

I picked up Galileo a while back with the idea of using my iPad as a backup to the Win10 laptop. After all i’d heard about it, i gotta admit i’m underwhelmed. All the drawbars and such are there, but it just sounds very sterile and digital to me - lacking in the balls (dare i say) that i expect in a B3 sim. Might do in a pinch, but pales compared to the Blue3 i’m using with Cantabile.


#11

I also bought the add-on pack :slight_smile: still beats the Korg offerings by a long way! (on the iPad only of course) with a little bit of work I can get a few useables out of it! So not too dusty for $25. VB3 it ain’t but yeah, I can use it!