The pipe organ
- the 1933 Dominik Biernacki’s romantic organ from Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Gidle, Poland
- 26 stops, 2 manuals and pedal
- pneumatic tracker action
- Equal tuning at 440Hz
- 96 kHz, 32-bit format and 4-channel Surround
- stop-by-stop chromatic samples
The sample set
- 48 kHz / 32-bit format
- multiple loops samples
- natural acoustics and detailed sound timbre of any pipe
- optional organ engine and tracker noises
- photorealistic entirely remodeled and virtualized organ console
- interactive GUI with one-click assignable features
- full, left and right stops control screens optimized for 4:3 displays
- 37-stage programmable Crescendo with 4 independent programs
- Swellbox (virtual)
- independent combination action
- free digital download product
- on-line support
|Compass *||56 / 27||56 / 27|
|Audio quality||48 kHz / 32-bit format||48 kHz / 32-bit format|
|Audio channels||2-channel Stereo||4-channel Surround|
|Interactive entirely remodeled organ console||✔||✔|
|Full, left and right control screens optimized for 4:3 displays||✔||✔|
|One-click assignable features||✔||✔|
|Optional engine and tracker noises||✔||✔|
|Independent combination action||✔||✔|
|Adjustable Surround sound||✖||✔|
|Shipping||Digital download||Digital download|
* compass is the amount of keys in the keyboards and pedal
The pipe organ
The disposition of this instrument has been created in a specific way. There are a lot of string and flute voices but no any reeds. This unusual structure of the instrument allows to emphasize its symphonic and orchestral values. Lots of string and principal stops can be used as a replacement for the trumpet or oboe and for solos combined with flutes. All stops contained in this instrument may imitate the orchestral sounds.
Both the engine and tracker noises can be turned off using the appropriate buttons in the user’s graphical interface. The organ sounds are still generated after turning off these functions which allows you to create high quality recordings without unnecessary noise.
Swellbox and Crescendo
The swellboxes are special enclosures where all the divisional stops are closed behind the shutter. This mechanism lets you to control the volume of the stops by moving the swell pedal. It is a very useful thing which can help you to change the dynamics of the performed piece. The swell pedal is not included in the organ console because this is a virtual extension available only in the sample set.
The crescendo pedal automatically turns on the programmed stops in stages from 00 to 36. You can use the crescendo programmer on dedicated page named “Crescendo” to choose your preferred stops on each stages. This smart system allows you to set the four independent crescendo configurations (A, B, C and D) and move between them during the performance. The crescendo configurations are remembered by HauptwerkTM. They will not reset after restarting the software.
User interface (GUI)
This virtual pipe organ provides the fully virtualized and remodeled organ console. The keys and pedals move while playing. When using Crescendo, the digital display shows its stages. This extraordinary experience lets you feel as if you were playing a real instrument. We also added the separated organ control screens, best viewed at 4:3 touchscreens that can help you to operate the instrument.
Surround sound customizer *
In the virtual pipe organ, one of the dedicated pages has an option to adjust the Surround sound. The slider allows you to change the volume of the stops from two perspectives: far and near. You can mix them together as you prefer.
* available only in the Surround Edition