HaNon B70 ToneWheel Organ 4+

A pro vintage midi expander

Julien Faure

    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings
    • $3.99


Simple and pro sounding vintage organ emulator in your pocket. Plug an usb or a bluetooth midi keyboard to start to groove or use the included virtual keyboard.

-Emulation of 91 permanently spinning tonewheels for better phase effect
- Simulation of rotary cabinet with drive to crunch the organ's the tube amplification
- Natural KeyCicks (but adjustable), Percussion, Chorus, Vibrato and Reverb
- Adjustable leakage
- 2 channels (midi 1 and 2) and two sets of drawbars, a split with midi learn for a game with a single keyboard
- Instant presets accessible from the interface
- full midi controller mapping

MIDI CC for sliders
7 & 11 : volume
75 : keyclick level
76 : gain
77 : rotary cabinet tone
94 : upper/lower balance
12 to 20 : upper draw bars
21 to 29 : lower draw bars
31 : vibrato chorus mode select
87 : reverb size
86 : reverb length
84 : reverb mix

MIDI CC for toggles
1 : fast /slow rotary cabinet (works also with sustain pedal)
31 : percussion on/off
70 : percussion volume
71 : percussion decay
72 : third/second harmonic
2 : Rotary on/off
32 : vibrato/chorus on upper
30 : vibrato/chorus on lower

What’s New

Version 1.5.0

- fix bad loading state on auv3 version (when inverse drawbar is selected)
- fix memory leak

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Nitpick Pete ,

Pretty good basic tones, but...now I eat crow!

edit: HOLY SMOKES!!! Excellent developer is quite responsive and updates have fixed nearly all of the previous quibbles I noticed.

The tones on the drawbars are really quite good.
The chorus/vibrato 1’s are rather subtle but still sound good and the knob for the other settings is authentic.
The percussion settings and sounds are all there and do the legato thing like they should.

The Leslie fast/slow button is in a good location. A new “Tweak” button provides controls to adjust fast, slow and ramp speeds. Nice stereo separation but no adjustment there, yet. Also there is little perception of a separation of the horn and drum on ramp up/down, as if they are on the same pulley. However the horn/drum mix slider level works well and is handy where it is located.

The Leslie Drive slider is one of the BEST parts of the app. Good job on this bit. Many hardware keyboards and pedals don’t get the drive to respond as well as this app does. Sounds great, if just a tad bright. A tone knob or eq would be a real nice there.

The key click and leakage sliders are handy and useful.

The reverb is great with loads of adjustment. Good job there, too.

(edit: fixed) All issues and bugs reported in my first review, have been removed from this post because the developer fixed them all with the first update. Very impressive.

Well done!

Developer Response ,

Hi Pete, thank you for your expert feedback. In the new 1.3.1 version, a lot of issues you raise have been fixed. The interruption wav only with virtual keyboard (and now has been fixed). The Black drawbars have now a better contrast. The percussions didn't goes in the C/V anymore and the retrigger time has been adjusted. In the next weeks I plan to add access on parameters tweaking (Leslie speed/ acceleration / percussion level, etc ... ). 

JRSIV1975 ,

UPDATE: I said if they added AUv3 it would be a 5 star app. The did & IT IS!

UPDATE: The Audio Unit implementation is flawless. A real gem, the sounds were never the issue. No you can use them anywhere in any AU host. A must buy...Highly recommended.
Original 3-star Review: The sounds are great, the GUI is clean and easy to use and the price is very competitive. The only thing that’s missing is Audio Units. Unless we can use the app in our DAW’s etc. it’s value is going to be limited to keyboard players using it as a rompler B3. There isn’t even Inter App Audio. Bring connect-ability to the app and I’ll change my review to 5 stars.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thanks, the AUv3 support will come in the next release very soon!

dj8zpfz ,


The only suggestion (and its more personal for my setup) is the option for sustain pedal. Because I layer my sounds with pianos, etc., I would love to be able to have the B7 have access to the sustain pedal as well. Even without the sustain, this is the perfect sounding B3 right out of the 70’s!

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