Free Hammond B3 Virtual Instrument For Linux, Mac & Windows

Sampleson has released CollaB3, a free vintage tonewheel organ for Linux, macOS & Windows.

The virtual instrument is the result of a collaboration between Samplson, Librewave, LalalandAudio and Studio427 Audio.

CollaB3 features a detailed reproduction of noises, clicks, leakage, rotary speaker and tonewheel. Chorus and reverb are also included.


  • Virtual Tonewheel Organ.
  • Leakage emulation.
  • Rotary speaker emulation.
  • No velocity-switching.
  • Chorus, Reverb and Percusion included.
  • Scalable HD interface.
  • MacOS Catalina Ready.
  • Easy install.
  • No extra software needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc) or any other 3rd. party player.
  • Ready to be loaded into major DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cakewalk, Reaper, BitWig, Nuendo, FL Studio etc)
  • Win 32/64 bits and Mac VST/AU/Standalone versions included
  • No online activation required.

Audio Demos:

Pricing and Availability

CollaB3 is available now as a free download. A valid email address is required.

7 thoughts on “Free Hammond B3 Virtual Instrument For Linux, Mac & Windows

  1. There should be an example of it roaring a bit; these clips are nice & lush, but also too polite! It sounds like a very good model overall, so I’ll bet it can. Its quite a lot for free. I checked out their site and I’m taken with their crisp Melodica instrument for a mere $20. They offer some good alternatives.

  2. I have a Casio keyboard with General MIDI and an Acer laptop running Windows 10. Would I be able to get the CollaB3 running?

  3. Very good sound from this CollaB3. Great job creating it!! I would like to get a bit more percussion out of the keystrokes however. When playing with a band full of instruments, it gets a little lost. Is there a way to increase the percussion to make the keys strokes a bit more defined?

  4. Installed Collab3 into 32 and 64 bit folders in cakewalk.. doesn’t see it? Checked vst paths.. nothing?

    1. The CollaB3 is simple and beautiful. Does anyone make a standalone rock horn section emulator that doesn’t cost a small fortune?

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