Organ Tips

  • Caen sample set - explanation of functions of pedals

    Hauptwerk forum offers a nice explanation of the functions of the many various pedals of the Cavaille-Coll organ.

  • Santanyi - portrait screens available

    Christoph Schmitz kindly added portrait screens to the Santanyi sample set. Continue reading

  • St. Maximin sample set - extension pack

    Christoph Schmitz supplied his own extension pack for St. Maximin sample set. For those, who own a valid licence to the full version of the St. Maximin sample set, there is now dual portrait stop jambs in high resolution for 4K monitors. The package is to be downloaded from :
    Christoph's web pages.
    Thank you, Christoph!

  • Krzeszow sample set - extension pack

    Christoph Schmitz supplied his own creation - a Krzeszow sample set - extension pack. For those, who own a valid licence to the full version of the Krzeszow sample set, there is now dual portrait and landscape stop jambs and also an easy stop jamb. The package is to be downloaded from :
    Christoph's web pages.
    Thank you, Christoph!

  • Cecilia - MIDI Organ Module

    I have the pleasure to introduce a piece of Hardware. Cecilia is a MIDI expander, a hardware module, a stand-alone virtual pipe organ. When connected to a keyboard or, better, two keyboards + a pedalboard via a MIDI cable, it will give the sound of a mid-sized North German Baroque Organ (20 speaking stops). Continue reading

  • Great Baroque Composit Organ

    Augustine's virtual organs released the Great Baroque Composit Organ made of various Sonus Paradisi demo sample sets put together. The instrument is huge: Continue reading

  • Krzeszow - GrandOrgue ODF

    The Krzeszow sample set is ready for the Hauptwerk software (current version 4.0). Sonus Paradisi does not actively support any other organ emulating software. However, thanks to volunteers, there is also GrandOrgue definition available for the Krzeszow sample set. Continue reading

  • Velesovo-Menesterol composite organ

    Thanks to work of Augustine Virtual Organs, there is a composite organ Velesovo + Menesterol available to those who own both of the sets together. This composite virtual organ is not available from Sonus Paradisi, but from a third party Augustine's Virtual Organs.

  • Menesterol - GrandOrgue ODF

    The sample sets of Sonus Paradisi are ready for the Hauptwerk software (current version 4.0).

    Majority of them is, nonetheless, distributed in a plain wave format. This leaves the possibility open to port them to any other major software sampler. Obviously, this requires more or less work on the side of the customer who must perform such a portation himself. Sonus Paradisi is not providing any support concerning this work.

    However, thanks to volunteers, there is also GrandOrgue definition available for selected sample sets. It is possible to load the Menesterol sample set into the GrandOrgue software, using the samples purchased at Sonus Paradisi, while using the ODF (Organ Definition File) supplied by a third party. For the Menesterol sample set, the ODF is available from MPS Orgelsite.

    Attention! The Menesterol virtual organ from the MPS Orgelsite will work in GrandOrgue if only the original Hauptwerk version of the Menesterol sample set from Sonus Paradisi is installed prior to launching the GrandOrgue ODF.

  • Placing Virtual Organ in Church

    Well, difficult job. I cannot say I am an expert on these questions, but I have some limited experience. Here some generic suggestions when placing a virtual organ into a real church. Continue reading

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