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    Salisbury Cathedral sample set played through Hauptwerk

    Found this linked from the finalé forum

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...songID=7042708

    Click on play hi fi (or lo fi) just above centre screen

    Not my choice of music but the organ sounds great.
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    agree.. organ does sound great.
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    Hello Mike and Bill !

    A "little" late I accept, but Last night I downloaded this set from Milan, as a demo with only to octaves compass on manuals and 1/2 oct at the pedals.
    Works with free edition, but you have to cut a lot of great featues to load it.
    So I loaded it ok with advanced in demo (ring..) mode.

    Even with half the stops and limited compass (demo) this organ sounds terrific ! Other thing to hear it from another player and other to play it youself. Bill you know what i mean. Of course one cannot play anything with the demo version, but I'll keep it, as memory allow in the future, just to play some chords full stops/couplers to make my day when in trouble

    Thanks for the link Mike and for leading me to discover this awsome set !

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    Wonderful sound, Mike ...

    I plan on hearing the real thing this summer .
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    Jealous of that Kummhorn. Enjoy it.
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    I will, Stephen ... Liverpool is also on that list.
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    Will you also be able to make it to Glastonbury or Isle of Man?
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