is a reproduction of the old organs of the '60s and
'70s. It has 9 oscillators, switchable between sine and
saw wave, with drawbars, vibrato, chorus and reverb.
Sine waves result in tones typical of a church organ, or
"hammond-type" sounds. Saw waves sound more like old
combo organs, like Farfisas, Davoli, Crumar, for
Phibes electric organ tries to capture the sound
of those sweet sixties organs. It is definitely no Hammond B3 or Vox
Continental but rather some obscure and cheap east-european imitation of
It has 9 drawbars with five different tones and, independent vibrato,
tremolo and rotator effects and staccato mode. Even though Phibes organ
is quite simple instrument, it is very CPU-intensive with over ten
oscillators and filters.