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Old 2010-01-12, 12:01
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Re-creating Leslie Speaker effect in Reason?

I'm pretty sure I've seen samples for the NN-XT for classic Hammond organs. What I want to figure out is how I could create a classic Leslie (rotating) speaker effect using Reasons modules for any sound.
Like, using the effect for piano's or synths.

I've tried to create a similar effect using the Matrix sequencer, but then I'm stuck with a preset (tempo-relative) effect. While I'm looking for the classic transition effect from slow to fast and back to slow, independend from the tempo of the song.

What modules could I use and how should I interconnect them to create that authentic-classic-variable-speed-vibrating sound of a Leslie speaker?
And preferably put it in a combinator module to use it for different instruments/synths.
 

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