torch wrote:Mr turtle wrote:I have used my old fr-3s and my laptop with a standalone called Miditzer 260, which simulates a wurlitzer organ.
Also used with vst plugs to access synths and also hammond organ sounds
Works great with reason or fruityloops for playing samples.
Yes, Miditzer 260. Less than 3 MB or so, right? (The 1st generation of the Concerto midi accordion has a sound board which is only 4 MB!) Yet, it sounds darn good, and it's free. If not, they have a free version. I have an arranger called Desktop by V 3 Sound, and I have a theater organ sound board in it, but I want all my sounds in my PC, too and there are fantastic theater organ VSTs out there.
Since your FR3s has a MIDI out not like the FR7 and FR7x, you might want to look into a bluetooth MIDI transmitter. There is one caveat; The FR3x will power the bluetooth MIDI transmitter. The 8x will. I had a friend install a midi jack in my 7x. It did not power the transmitter though the MIDI out sends midi out. If I use the Roland adapter for the 7x, it will power the transmitter, but I did not want to use the ugly and bulky Roland adapter. Later I learned that there was another wire that needed to be connected.
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