OrganArt Media – 1731 Gottfried Silbermann Organ (HAUPTWERK)

Sample library for the Hauptwerk organ emulator
One of the representatives of the type of “village” organ,
the type created by the classic of Central German Baroque organ building Gottfried Silbermann.
The master was able to create a full-sounding instrument from only twenty registers!
This organ, built in 1729-31, is located in the Evangelical Lutheran church of the village of Reinhardtsgrimma near Dresden.
His virtual model comes with fully recorded tremolated samples.
A more detailed description of the organ (in English) is called from the program menu: Organ – Show organ information…

Additional Information
To download the organ in full quality, you need 6.5 GB of RAM
Installation: Copy the
folders OrganDefinitions and OrganInstallationPackages to the folder Hauptwerk\ HauptwerkSampleSetsAndComponents ,
or select this folder for download distribution (destination folder!) to avoid copying
Download in full quality
And one more thing ..
If the sound of the organ seems too harsh to someone’s ear, then you can try changing the values ​​​​in the settings:
Organ settings – Organ preferences:
Audio engine – Air flow randomization – set 150-200%
Wind supply model – Wind model modulation – set 150-200%
In the original version of the sample set, the tremulant acts on the entire organ, which may not always be desirable.
Added an additional version – Trem3, in which the tremulant is divided into keyboards.
At the same time, only a common tremulant with a noise effect, without functionality, is included from the default graphical interface of the console.
Three working tremulants for keyboards dependent on it are turned on by buttons in the left and right lower corners of the console (picture in the distribution).
They can also be assigned to midi switches, midi notes and computer keyboards.

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