1. License agreement
1) This document defines the licensing agreement between the copyright holders and the user of the sample set. The sample set consists of the samples and images, ODFs and other system files.
2) The copyright holders grant the customer the perpetual right to use the sample set with HauptwerkTM, the Virtual Pipe Organ software of Milan Digital Audio. The copyright holders retain all rights, including all copyright and intellectual property rights, to the sample set and all copies thereof.
3) The customer can make a backup copy of the distribution media as needed. However, the customer must not distribute copies of the sample set or parts thereof, either as-is or derived, to third parties. This includes distribution of any privately made Organ Definition Files or Custom Organ Definition Module files referencing any part of the work. You may use the full organ in a public installation but using parts of the work in a custom-made organ for a public installation is not allowed unless you have a separate signed license for this, which is negotiated on a case by case basis.
4) The customer may resell the paid sample set. In this case the customer must sign a written statement that the distribution media and all copies have been handed over to the new owner and that any remaining files associated with the sample set have been deleted. This statement, along with the name and address of the new owner, must then be sent to the copyright holders.
5) The sample set comes without any warranty. The copyright holders cannot assume any liability for the use of the sample set. The customer must take the usual precautions when using the sample set, such as setting speakers to a low volume during the first tests. The audio signal reaching the speakers is determined by several factors, e.g. volume settings on the PC, settings on the sound producing software, the sample set itself and the input signal (e.g. midi-file).
6) The customer may use this sample set in a public performance, so long as the sample set attribution is publicly stated. For example, having the following statement printed on a program: “The organ samples used for this performance are from Vox Organum”. Please contact us if you want to use this product in public.
2. Copyright notice
This whole virtual instrument was created by Vox Organum team. The authors of individual parts of this sample library have been displayed on About tab when samples are loaded in HauptwerkTM and in the User’s Guide of each product.
All rights belong to the authors and Vox Organum distribution servers, websites and applications. Copying, redistributing, remaking, reuploading and using our sounds, graphical elements and scripts in other sample libraries, projects and others are not permitted.
One product has a license only for one person. The type of license for an instrument has been displayed on product page. If you want to use our products for institutional work, for example: in the church or in the concert hall, please tell us or buy the Institutional Use License if it is required.
The Vox OrganumTM logo is an official trademark of our company. The HauptwerkTM logo and icon is registered and belongs to Milan Digital Audio. The organ manufacturers logos were used in promotional purposes of the virtual pipe organs and they not hurt in the good name of the companies.
The Rieger pipe organ manufacturer logo belongs to Rieger Orgelbau GmbH (http://www.rieger-orgelbau.com).
Sieraków Śląski Pipe Organ Samples (SSPOS) is a free Hauptwerk sample library of Rieger’s pipe organ from 1903 chromatically sampled in 96 kHz, 16 bit-format and 2-channel stereo sound.
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- 1.1 (LATEST) Version
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- 562 MB File Size
- 1 File Count
- 7 August 2018 Create Date
- 28 March 2019 Last Updated