Could you tell us a little bit more about those speeds you changed?
I use f 400 RPM (6.6hz) on fast and 48 RPM (0.8hz) on slow for the horn. For the rotor I use 342 RPM (5.7hz) on fast and 40 RPM (0.65hz) on slow. These settings sound more natural for me and are very close to a real Leslie.
I am trying your sound patch now...
Your rotation speeds are accurate from the web sites that I have seen like Hammond's web site.
The horn speeds are using the middle pulley position which is what I always used on my Leslie 145.
One thing that nobody has brought up on the forums that I have seen is that the Double Leslie's lower drum wind up/down time is 3 seconds. The single Leslie's lower drum wind up/down time is 8 seconds.
I see you set the lower drum wind up/down times in your patch to 8 seconds.
It's been a long time since I had my Leslie. Which lower drum wind up/down times are correct or does this very depending on which Leslie you are using? From what I remember the 8 seconds is what sounds correct and is also
the lower drum wind up/down time in my Boss RT-20 Leslie Simulator using the 122 Leslie model.
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Also I think there are several factors that influence the rotor deceleration time. I used one that I thought was the nearest of the references I have, including the RT-20 as well. Unfortunately there is some harmonic beats in "fast" on Double Leslie.
How does it sound on the PC3 LE ?
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Very nice, thanks!
Tried also with heavy distortion and it turned into a monster