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  • Adlington Hall - Free Demo Sample Set

    Test all 3 perspectives (direct, diffuse, rear) in the demo sample set of the Adlington Hall organ. It gives you 6 full ranks (8 stops) of the sample set for free. Continue reading

  • Frankfurt (Sauer) Demo Sample Set

    Test all 4 perspectives (semidry, direct, diffuse, rear) in the demo sample set of the Frankfurt Sauer organ. It gives you 15 full stops of the sample set for free, including the recorded tremulant samples. The demo sample set can be used as a full featured stand-alone 3 manual organ with a pedal. Continue reading

  • Polná Demo sample set

    13 full stops of the Polná sample set are available for free to everyone. This creates a stand-alone 2 manual organ with a pedal, capable of performing a lot of early music for free. Continue reading

  • Arnstadt Bach Organ - Demo

    The Demo of the Arnstadt Bach Organ sample set presents 9 stops in all perspectives, including the tremulant samples. Continue reading

  • Billerbeck-Dom Demo free sample set

    Billerbeck-Dom demo sample sets is available for free download. It is formed by the Billerbeck Vol. 1 package, composed of 30 full stops on 4 manuals and pedal: Continue reading

  • Noordwolde Sample set Demo

    The Demo of the Noordwolde sample set presents 8 stops in all perspectives, including the tremulant samples. Continue reading

  • St. Martini, Groningen, Demo Set

    Groningen, St. Martini demo sample sets is  available for free download. It is formed by the St. Martini Core Media package, or the "Volume 0", composed of these stops: Continue reading

  • Bückeburg vol.1 - Complete Virtual Organ (47 stops) for Free

    Bückeburg vol. 1 is offered for free to all (!) the Hauptwerk enthusiasts. Everybody can enjoy the sound this magnificent instrument. Download, install and play free of charge the Bückeburg Vol. 1, which is the complete organ with its 3 manuals, the pedal and 47 speaking stops. Continue reading

  • Skinner, op. 497 free demo sample set

    The vol. 1 of the Skinner, op. 497 sample set is given for free to everyone. It cannot be called a "demo" sample set properly, because it features an instrument of 41 speaking stops. Its disposition was chosen carefuly to make the result similar to existing smaller Skinner organs. It is, therefore, a stand-alone Skinner organ on its own. Continue reading

  • Comparing 96kHz vs. 48kHz performance in HW 7

    I was asked to extend my repitching experiment by comparing the 96kHz performance against 48kHz performance in Hauptwerk 7. I did the same as yesterday: loading pure sine wave of 2kHz into a Hauptwerk "pipe". Holding the pipe sounding while rising the pitch of the pipe gradually to +50 cents, then resetting to 0, then lowering the pitch gradually to -50 cents, then resetting again to 0. I was using the Hauptwerk native pipe voicing for this, dragging the pitch slider up and down with a mouse. Continue reading

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