Hammond SK Pro Stage Keyboard

The SK Pro represents the latest generation of organ-focused, do-it-all keyboards from Hammond. The Hammond SK Pro stage keyboard is not just an organ, it is also a synthesizer; – Piano and Ensemble sections also included.

 

The Hammond SK Pro features 61- and 73-note versions, a comprehensive organ section also (among many other things) a dedicated monosynth.

 

The new Hammond stage keyboard powered by a physical modelling engine, this offers six different oscillator configurations, along with filter and amplitude controls. Hammond says that this provides players with the sounds and hands-on feel of a real analogue synth. The organ is powered by the Modeled Tone Wheel 1 (MTW1) engine from the Hammond XK-5 organ, and there is a new digital Leslie speaker emulation. In addition, the keyboard includes a Virtual Multi-Contact function that is designed to give you the feel of a real Hammond. The Piano/Ensemble section features new sampled grand and electric piano sounds, and all sounds are fully editable.

 

Each section has both factory and user patches, and you can also create combinations that feature tones from any or all of the sections. These can be assigned to Favourites buttons for instant access. All sections have access to effects, too – overdrive and two types of DSP multi-effects.

 

The new instrument is what makes Hammond is famous for but the SK Pro is noteworthy for being the first portable Hammond to also feature a dedicated monosynth.

 

The Hammond SK Pro 61 and 73 key versions should ship at the end of the first quarter of 2021.

 

 


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  1. admin said

    am January 21 2021 @ 1:23 pm

    The SK Pro is like a powerful and versatile instrument that might make a fine addition to keyboard players and synth enthusiasts.

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