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     Original & Composit sample sets

      Grenzing organ from Geneva  

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      Sample quality
      The sample sets are available in wave format 48kHz/24bit, stereo, multiple loops (1-12) and multiple releases (3 levels). 
      Equal, a=440 Hz 

      The sample was made in two forms.

      • The original stereo mix  'semidry'. The reverb is 1-1.5 s, reflects the original acoustics of the church. 
      • The 4-channel version made with a 4.5 s  artificial reverb and wet/dry ratio can be controlled.

      Hauptwerk v4.0 and higher supported for the Organ Definition Files.

      Keyboards, Pedal
      The original organ compass of the manuals are 56 keys (the 4-channel version 58 keys), the compass of the pedal is 30 (virtual 32) keys. 

                                                                          RAM requirements 

       original version:                         
      16 bit, multiple loop, multiple releases:   5.0 GB        
      24 bit, multiple loop, multiple releases:   8.0 GB 
              

           The sample set can be used equal tuning of Hauptwerk or original tuning, which made Gérard Lefranc.

             4-channel extended version:
             16 bit, multiple loop, multiple releases:  10.0 GB        
             24 bit, multiple loop, multiple releases:  17.0 GB
       

      Normal Hauptwerk installation (described in the HW manual) is all that is necessary if stop control is by mouse or touchscreen. However, an extra installation step is required to allow MIDI control of the virtual stops from an organ console with real stop-knobs or stop-tabs. It will also be necessary if using an external MIDI sequencer to control the organ.                                                                        A brief guide on doing this can be downloaded hereSpecial thanks to Adrian Wheal, who made this the manual.