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    Hi Guys,

    The reason that the St Annes is not listed here is that the license that applies to the St Anne's VPO sample set from Hauptwerk/Milan Digital Audio specifies that it is free for personal use with Hauptwerk only. So to use it, download HW3, load up St Annes in the Free Edition, and have fun playing (256 note polyphony). There are people who do have the HW1 version (and they have HW1), so they would be able to play it within whatever polyphony limits HW1 has on their system.

    The free Brut Leuchten sample set for HW3 also has this restriction in it's license...

    Have fun!
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    Hey Panos, any progress on making the sample set list editable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    Hey Panos, any progress on making the sample set list editable?
    Ho Mat !
    Yeap. It can be done, but not from me directly, I have to inform the administration team of what exactly I want to edit and they do it for us.

    So, Help me here. I have to add :

    a. St Stevens (confirmed by other members) with the note : no longer available.

    b. Note : no longer available for Spanish organ set.(confirmed)

    c. St.Mary's ? sould I write it was for HW1 but no longer available?

    d. St.Anne's?!!
    Graham do you mean this set from HW3 free ed. can work with HW1? or that it was at first available (the 1st set of HW) and now it isn't ?

    e. Jeux d' orgues 1. Joseph recorded 3/2000 the Georges Frederic Walther organ in Oberhausbergen, now available as sf2 bank ( so can be used as a jOrgan definition and I'm tempted to develope it myself). Confirmed it was for HW1 ?

    Correct me or adjust, to inform administration for editing.

    I'm also workin' on an Index of comercial sets. I think is better to open a new thread - Index for those.....

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    Hi Panos,

    I'm willing to host the St Stephens HW1 edition on my download site so I can upload that this week and provide a link.

    We have not been able to contact the original producer [Patricio Barrero] of the Organo Espanol (Spanish Organ). If anyone knows him or has contact with him then we can find a host for this set.

    The St Mary's was produced by Graham Harrison, so I can ask him if there is still a link available, and if not then can ask for permission to host it. I think he has been working on updating this one so there might be an update available too...

    St Annes. Originally available in HW1 as .organ format, it is now only available in HW3 with HW XML Organ Definition File. The wav files are standard and if you get permission/license from MDA you could create your own .organ file. This should not be listed in this list, but perhaps in the commercial one? Dunno...

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    OK Graham thanks for this.
    I 'll add like this :
    St.Anne - no longer available (now in HW3 version)
    St. Stevens (no comment.Those who want they can go to the link you 'll point out)
    St. Mary and Espagnol I'll add, but will wait for more info...

    Does anyone knows or got JeuxD'orgues 1 (Walther organ) for HW1?
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    Hi Guys,
    We've now had posts in the forum about the availability of the Ott organ and the St Stephen's organ, with links in them. So those of you who are still looking can go ahead and download and enjoy

    GrahamG

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    Hello...I am new to this site, as I just downloaded MyOrgan. This information may be of interest to you. I have the cd for Hauptwek v 1.2 and put it on my new comp...it contains the "ding track", and since Hauptwerk no longer supports HW 1, I doubt I can get them to issue my old licence. However the good news is that the organs that come with the cd (St.Anne's and 4 others), are all playable thru' MyOrgan, as are the following cd's... Compenius organ, The 1654 Positif Organ Griebenow, Willard Martin Saxon Harpsichord, and the 3 cd set of the St. Michael Neckargartach (free download) from Prospectum, which is no longer available. All are based on Hauptwerk 1.

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    Hi Accordionmojo,
    Thanks for letting us know about the original HW 1.2 CD. I would suggest that you download GrandOrgue 0.2 as it has better graphics than MyOrgan did, and some extra features (like transpose). You can get it from http://www.sa-virtualorgans.co.za/GrandOrgueWindows.htm . Tell us a little more about the sample sets that came free with it too

    I wouls also recommend getting the updated Jeuxdorges2 -Stiehr Mockers, it is a treat
    GrahamG
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    Thanks for the info...the other 4 organs on the Hauptwerk v1.2 cd are smaller organs which I think were there for PC comps with little memory. I would imagine that they are made up from the St. Anne's.
    1). Stereo organ 1...1 keyboard, pedals, 9 playable stops, 3 couplers
    2). Stereo organ 2...1 keyboard, pedals, 7 playable stops, 1 coupler
    3). Stereo organ 3...3 keyboards, pedals, 22 playable stops, 10 couplers, 5 others Tremulant etc.
    4). Stereo organ 4...2 keyboards, pedals, 19 playable stops, 2 couplers

    In comparison the St.Anne's has 30 playable stops, 9 couplers incl. octave, sub octave etc.
    The HW v3.3 St.Anne's has a lot of extras...cressendo and swell pedals, 10 pistons that all work.

    Mike

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    Hi Graham,

    I'm experimenting with GrandOrgue and have followed the directions in the above link. However, win 7 will not allow me to rename savihot with adding the "/li" at the end. I am the administrator of the computer but still cannot accomplish this. Any suggestions?

    I have ASIO4ALL installed but I also have an M-Audio Delta Series 1010lt which has asio built in. Ideally, what I would like to do is to run a multiple instance of GO with the main organ using my Delta asio and run another instance of GO with ASIO4ALL and use that to add a keyboard with a carillon only.

    I'm still sort of pulling my hair out with my delta card over the in/out portion of the delta control panel/patchbay. At this point I have all 8 channels on solo. If I select multi-channel as the default playback device, the sound is slightly reduced as opposed to the other options: 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, spdif. I can't get sound to come out of the subwoofer. I have sort of a hodge podge system set up for sound.

    I am using a home theatre system with 5.1 channels/speakers in conjunction with a Yamaha Natural Sound AV Amplifier DSP-A1 that has wonderful theatres, churches, arenas, and other jazz venues for DSP. I can have virtually any reverb I would like by selecting on the amplifier. I have my main, center and rear speakers hooked to the amplifier. Where the subwoofer would get plugged in, since my sub is not amplified on it's own, I left it attached to my JVC home theatre so it is amplified that way, I selected aux on the function of the home theatre and plugged a y connector into the headphones out jack in front and connected it to the subwoofer in on the Yamaha amplifier. Still no joy from the sub.

    In order to get sound from all the speakers (I also added 2 additional full range speakers to the front effect speakers out on the Yamaha amp and selected Line 3/4 of the Delta card as the primary sound device. In the Delta's control panel I selected mixer for line 1/2 and software rtn for 3/4 in order to get sound from 7 speakers. The sub would be my 8th speaker (if it was working and producing any sound). I've been all over different forums, including m-audio in order to see if I can ferret out how to configure this sound card (now I'm wishing I had gone the creative route for soundfonts, but went on the advice from reading about the GSO/Miditzer project which said it was a "wize choice" but it's making my brain want to explode.

    So far I have only used programmes in standalone mode, not sequencer.

    Any guidance would be heartily appreciated.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by greatcyber; Jul-14-2010 at 23:58.
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    Hi Stephen ! great info here.

    Please do try the .dll stuff (VST), it solves a lot of problems with many different stuff. Otherwise if you want only stand alones you 'll have to use jack 1.9.5. connection kit for windows. But CAUTION : it works only in 32bit (win7 also). So get all your stuff in 32bit even if your win7 pc (as mine) is running in 64bit. I work like this, so I know.

    I did not uberstand what you want to do with Savihost and GO, sorry...
    If you want GO to work with Savihost, you can't, cause savihost needs a 'dll(VST) version and GO has not a VSTi version...yet, as HW3 (see my thread-post)
    What is "/Li" ?

    Sorry I can't halp you with Delta, as I do not use an external one yet(only Asio4all)
    I'll go for a Steinberg one probably... (214 series) but I got a Yamaha Natural sound DSP amp also(with active sub), indeed works great !!

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordionmojo View Post
    Hello...I am new to this site, as I just downloaded MyOrgan. This information may be of interest to you. I have the cd for Hauptwek v 1.2 and put it on my new comp...it contains the "ding track", and since Hauptwerk no longer supports HW 1, I doubt I can get them to issue my old licence. However the good news is that the organs that come with the cd (St.Anne's and 4 others), are all playable thru' MyOrgan, as are the following cd's... Compenius organ, The 1654 Positif Organ Griebenow, Willard Martin Saxon Harpsichord, and the 3 cd set of the St. Michael Neckargartach (free download) from Prospectum, which is no longer available. All are based on Hauptwerk 1.
    Hi Accordionmojo and welcome !!

    Great info you gave us here !

    Now is the issue with liscence things....How can we have all these beautifull organ & harpsi sets for free.....especially the Prospectum one...

    I should add these to the index of course, for those like you who have them and can use them with the GrandOrgue excellent program !

    Please try GOv.2, it's better than MyOrgan , in my fast dualcore laptop can reach 2048 polyphony !!! (in more powerfull comp can go much higher...) and almost no latency - use Stiehr-Mockers set !
    (get the link here in the appropriate thread from Graham)
    Post us how it went

    Cheers
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    Hi Panos,

    Thanks for the info. Indeed, I do have 64 bit win 7 so thanks for the heads up on that end. I'll get stuff for 32 bit.

    As far as the /li, it came from Graham's link above and was under the section for adding reverb using jack 1.9.4.

    I'll look for jack 1.5 and download it.

    Sometimes I tend to over-analyze things and maybe I glossed over something...I'll have to reread the posts on Graham's site.

    But basically what I would like to do is to run an organ on 2 keyboards (I am liking the CC quite a bit (especially the pedals - way bombastic) but don't really have a grip on the anches, etc. and how they work. I only just got the demo (advanced) version of Hauptwerk working with all of my equipment. Both manuals work via my keyboards, my Behringer FCB1010 finally will make the swell shoe move and the toe studs work now as combination pistons...that was a big "atta boy" moment after all this time.

    I haven't gotten the kit from midi boutique yet to make my pedalboard midified, so I have "played around" with the pedals by using yet another small keyboard (E-mu Xboard25) and transposing down an octave. But once I get my pedalboard attached to my rig then I would like to use that Xboard25 as a carillon. That is why I was interested in a multi-instance of GO.

    I guess I should play around with my sequencer programmes and see which one I prefer and then really learn how to use it. I've gotten so many free copies of Ableton when buying other equipment but haven't been all that impressed. Sonar has been played around with when I first got it 2 years ago. I also have Sony Acid and Cubase but really haven't played with them too much. I went with the Sonar as at the time we purchased it, it was allegedly the easiest and best thing around.

    I will certainly keep you informed. And thanks so much for your input. You most likely saved me lots of time and frustration with advising about the 32 bit being able to be used in win 7 64 bit. I did read just now on Steinberg's site about how it just speaks to the amount of RAM that can be used. My music machine has 4 Gigs at the moment. It's only a dual core. If I can actually get things working and I still love it, I'll upgrade to and i7 and 8 gigs of RAM. I'm in need of more ram and a better processor for my laptop, which was "state of the art" 3 years ago. It's still a powerful machine, but in comparison with Joe's new 7 core HP laptop, well, I always want the best, pig that I am.

    Looks like I'll spend a couple of days with my sequence apps and let you know what I decide. If you have a personal preference, I'd be interested. My (fantasy) concept is to write some scores and then implement them in the software programmes and make my own orchestral compositions. I always did like a challenge. Why I decided to start a "hobby" like this at 50 I don't know. But that's what happened.

    Cheers.
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    Hi Stephen,
    You found a typo on the Windows Reverb page, my applogies! I have fixed that line and updated the article to Jack v1.9.5 as well.

    As you already have an ASIO capable soundcard (I'm assuming that you're using the M-Audio Delta 1010LT) then you should be able to set Jack up to use just that ASIO driver and not bother with the ASIO4ALL one.

    So, for step 7 use the following instead:
    Change the 'Target' property to "C:\Program Files\Jack v1.9.5\jackd.exe" -R -S -d portaudio -p 512 -d "ASIO::M-Audio Delta ASIO"

    Now, once Jack is started, take a look at the connections window in Jack Control, and hopefully you will see all 8 analogue outputs available from the Delta 1010.

    Let us know how it goes, and if you have any other questions

    GrahamG

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    Great help here Graham, about Delta .I think this is a similar aproach to get Jack work with other soundcards as well.

    Stephen we're close on systems workin', so try REAPER its free for 30 days and then you decide if you keep it, I believe it's the best , I just stucked with it, the manual is about 480 pages !
    I have 4GB ram also in fast dual core and probably I 'll go for a i5 or i3, i7 stuff in 8GB, though some guys here insist on Mac with 16GB....

    How can you live with demo mode in HW3? This bell doesn't drive you crazy?
    I use the free version of HW3 with 256(stereo..) voice limit. If I want more I use GOv2 with 2048 polyphony along with SIR2 convolution reverb(has a great cathedral in 4 channel true stereo...) linked together with Jack 1.9.5, following Graham's instructions to Asio4all driver. Also I work with jOrgan3.9.4 and Bernd Caspers CC2.0, SBO and NGBO organs with 1024 polyphony (in my system) and the 4 Silbermanns of Pastor Stratman.

    Get the multi version of GOv2 and all free sets listed in this thread and make your own big organ set combining 2,3 or even 4 of the smaller sets ! link them with Jack if you want some extra reverb. It's fun !

    I hope you get your pedalboard soon and taste the real thing. TIP : I use my pedals not only to play organ bass...get some cellos/bass synths/trombones/timpanies whatever you like and then..open a new page in Computer/midi world - I did mixed GO with SM set and EWQL synphony orchestra in my 2man/ped toaster...I enjoyed much !
    I'm 48 and I don't think I'm gonna stop, ever....So I believe you're in a very good path at 50. Now the fun beggins !

    Cheers and greetings from sunny&green Skopelos Island
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