1906 HARRISON PIPE ORGAN
Organ in All Saints Church, Tooting, is considered one of the best examples of Harrison & Harrisons work.
Built in 1906 and voiced by the great Arthur Harrison – undoubtedly the first famous sound engineer – it is particularly notable for its thin and quiet registers; and the lowest bass we’ve ever heard.
It has not undergone any changes since it was installed in the church more than 100 years ago, and has 41 stops, not counting the connecting elements. We sampled 25 of them, covering each note.
2 MIC ARRAYS
TRUE REVERB IMPULSES
KONTAKT PLAYER + NKSLibrary Specifications
6GB Library, 3.5GB with NCW compression
24/48khz stereo sampling
2 microphone arrays : close + ambient
25 Stops with keyswitching
True church reverb impulses
Registration presets by Howard Goodall & David Kelly
Sound design presets by Ian Boddy