Martinic releases Combo Model V v1.0.0

Martinic Combo Model V

Martinic has released version 1.0.0 of Combo Model V, a freeware virtual combo organ, modelled after a well-known combo organ from the 1960s.

Changes since v0.0.7 beta include minor PDF documentation improvements, the 2-2/3′ rank was restored to high B and 1-3/5′ was removed from high C.

Combo Model V v1.0.0 features

  • 4-octave C-to-C keyboard
  • Harmonic range 7 polyphonic octaves
  • 4 footage drawbars
  • 2 voice drawbars
  • Vibrato unit with adjustable speed and depth
  • Swell (volume) pedal
  • Adjustable tuning per note
  • Fully modelled (no samples inside)
  • Model includes oscillators, dividers, crosstalk, filters, key contacts and key click
  • Velocity-sensitive key contact attack and release
  • Fully automatable
  • 32 original Connie presets included

Combo Model V is available to download as a freeware VST instrument for Windows PC.

More information: Martinic

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This thing sounds great. The GUI is kinda screw (blank by default) but no big deal. I don’t know what 1960’s organ he’s modeling, since I know nothing about the 60s in general, but it sounds good. Could someone tell what 60s organ he’s copying? My only complaint is that it doesn’t play notes below C3. The doc says 7 octaves, and it tops out at C7, so I expected it to go down to C0, but it doesn’t. Am I doing something wrong or is it really only a 4 octave range? Maybe the original organ had only 4… Read more »


Combo Model V is modelled after a single-manual Vox Continental (a V301H from the US to be precise). Just like its real-world counterpart it has a frequency range of 7 octaves, but a keyboard range of only 4 octaves. Each key plays up to 7 notes at the time. You can control this number of notes per key using the white footage drawbars. Because it’s a model, I can’t simply extend the frequency or key range. Of course I could design another, similar model that has more keys and/or generates more notes, but at this moment I have no plans… Read more »