This is the first time the Crumar Mojo is released in a desktop format. A format like this brings a load of advantages: it's small, can be
transported in a bag or in a backpack, can be controlled by any MIDI keyboard or by any computer or sequencer, and is totally self-contained,
doesn't need any extra device for running or for editing. Thanks to its large touch-sensitive display
, all editing of the Mojo Desktop is
at your fingertips, literally.
Mojo Desktop is based on the same powerful sound engine and DSP platform as the Mojo Classic. It's actually the hardware counterpart of the
GSi VB3-II virtual instrument, as not only it runs the same sound engine, it also has the exact same parameter set, and can exchange Programs
and Banks of Programs thanks to its import/export functions from/to a traditional USB thumb drive.
Physically, it reproduces the same style and elegance of its dual-keyboard big brother, with solid wooden panels, large illuminated buttons
and a very intuitive control panel, familiar to any tonewheel organ player.