by lostin70s
3.0 / 5     (4 votes)
Win32 Win64 OSX
Harmonus was inspired by a Magnus Model 300 Harmonium / organ (a brand of the "Magnus Harmonica Corporation") from our collection in perfect condition.

It delivers a warm and unique sound between an accordion and a harmonica. The samples have been meticulously captured in stereo and denoised in order to render all the naturalness of the original organ without the noise of the mechanical fan.
  • Quality stereo capture.
  • Mode "one finger chord" on the left keyboard or a dedicated channel: one finger for a major chord two for a minor chord.
  • The original 2 octaves have been extended to a full 88 keyboard.
  • Built-in effects: Reverb, Chorus, Tremolo, EQ.
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Gpp Feb 21 2024
Feb 21 2024
Hello, I have downloaded the plug in (Mac version) and installed in my VST3 directory. Once opened in Cubase the plug-in interface shows up and I can see the keys flashing when I play them with a keyboard, but no sound coming out.
Impireon Jan 27 2024
(3 / 5)
Jan 27 2024
There's one major problem with the plugin, and it's that it's like a 32nd of a beat behind
Al Dec 06 2023
(2 / 5)
Dec 06 2023
Bullshit, have lost my time!
Boba Feb 19 2024
Feb 19 2024
Want your 2 bucks back, too?
una Sep 08 2023
Sep 08 2023
how is it opened on.an M1?
devesh chandra mishra Feb 13 2023
Feb 13 2023
I'm unable to open this file, can someone suggest me any application to open it
unknown Feb 28 2023
Feb 28 2023
use win rar to open
DonnieDarkcore Jan 05 2022
(3 / 5)
Jan 05 2022
The 32 bit version works fine and it sounds alright however the 64 bit doesn't work on my end.
MAK Dec 28 2021
(4 / 5)
Dec 28 2021
It's a good sound. It will arouse your motivation to create. You can return to your original intention by associating with elementary songs such as V-I, IV-V-I, etc.