Four drawbar sections (attack, primary and secondary sustain, and release) control the tone of each part of a note's evolution. The two sustain layers can be mixed or crossfaded.
17 selectable wavesets for each drawbar create the base textures. Tuning, voicing overlay, and variable key-click further work together to emulate classic instruments - like the Hammond B3 - or create brand new sounds with an incredible level of control and flexibility.
Harmonic modifiers can dramatically alter the tone of the drawbar components. Modifiers are assigned to drawbars individually, creating a vast range of sound-design possibilities. There are 14 modifier types and each has a variable 'color' control, can be modulated with envelope shapes, and includes note and velocity scaling.
15 Rotary Speaker / Cabinet models include classic rotary speakers with alternate miking, pan control, balance and air controls, and four full-range vintage-style cabinets, two bass cabinets and a direct-box.
Tube and transistor-modeled preamps (6 models) with drive and tone controls. Preamp/effects signal-chain order is switchable.
Vintage stereo phaser (3 models) with built-in LFO.
Multi-mode mod-filter (11 types) with variable resonance and built-in LFO that can be sync'ed to the project tempo.
Rich, high-density reverb/plate/room-simulator (9 types) with variable reverb-time, pre-delay and left/right stage-position.
Rack-delay module (7 echo configurations) with feedback and high-frequency control.
Master limiter with variable threshold to manage rogue peaks and maximize perceived level.
The following tracks are a sample of Revival's sounds and except for the drums, all sounds were made with Revival