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    Hi Stephen !
    I just found a link again....
    Thanks again for the vote , personnaly this time.

    Some info about SIR. There are two versions 1 & 2. ! is free, 2 is not.
    SIR 2 in addition can read not only .wav files of impulse responces but also it's own format .sir and in true stereo (4 channels). Penguin makes some great impulses and expencive. SIR2 comes with some free Penguin files to work with. The sound is superb!!

    The problem with the also very good SIR1 is it's awfull fixed latency (about8.000 !!!), witch makes it unsuitable for live playing. But you can use it after recording in remix, if you can play GrandOrgue without reverb of course.....

    The best combination I found 'till now is : GrandOrgue v.2 with 4ms latency in ASIO4all, load any free set (above) add SIR2 convolver (with Jack 1.9.5 portaudio) load true stereo Cathedral impulse responce in it, close the dry level in SIR2 and raise a bit the wet level.
    Play. You'll think you're in a great Cathedral playin' your favorite Pipe Organ....just from your living place(!).

    Prospectum is offering as free download and in .sir format the Anloo church environtment as an impulse responce. It's a great alternative to large Cathedral if you want to play a smaller organ (i.e. new St.Stevens) with GrandOrgue in a chappel or small church.

    With little search you can find some other sites offering free impulses for SIR2, like Retro ect, but these are not to my taste for VPO work (I use them in other kinds of music as SIR1.. )

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    Added another item to the list in the OP ... #38.
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    Hello,
    Where can these GO sets be downloaded?
    Thank you!

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    Hi,

    Here are some links:

    St Stephen's - Penrith, Australia: http://www.daupher.it/studio/ssteven.htm
    St Augustine's - Neutral Bay, Australia: http://www.daupher.it/studio/saugust.htm
    Bureå Funeral Chapel - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...ral_Chapel.rar
    Bureå Church - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...urea_Church.7z
    Kalvträsk Church - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...t/kalvtrask.7z
    Stiehr-Mockers aka Jeuxdorgue2 - France: http://www.jeuxdorgues.com/files/Jeu...GrandOrgue.rar
    Prudhoe Methodist Church - Northumberland, UK: http://www.my-music.mine.nu/prudhoe_ns.htm
    Gernot's Happy Birthday Organ - Germany: http://www.prospectum.com/en/start.htm
    The Ghent Belfry Carillon - Belgium: http://duphly.free.fr/en/carillon.html
    Orgue de salon - France: http://duphly.free.fr/en/salon.html
    Small Italian Harpsichord (17th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/italien.html
    French Harpsichord after Blanchet (18th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/blanchet.html
    French Harpsichord Double after Taskin (18th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/taskin.html
    Italian Spinet: http://duphly.free.fr/en/epinette.html
    Diatonic Accordion: http://duphly.free.fr/en/diato.html
    Grote Kerk Wildervank - Holland: http://www.virtual-organs.nl/index.p...mid=54&lang=en
    Oeckelen Oude Pekela - Holland: http://www.virtual-organs.nl/index.p...mid=54&lang=en
    Pibrac - France: http://pibrac.free.fr/orgue/orgue_en.htm

    That should keep you busy for w while

    Kind regards,
    GrahamG

    ps. if you are looking for any of the other sets, send me a personal message and I'll see if I can locate them for you.

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    Hey Graham, that's a great resource. Think it should be mergerd with the opening post, too.
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    Hi Mat,

    Yes it is. I should have done that in the opening post.....
    Now only through Lars this may be possible.
    But have to wait a bit as I have to add another goodie I discovered latetly... he he
    Wait for my post !

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    Actu:

    St Stephen's - Penrith, Australia: http://www.daupher.it/studio/ssteven.htm
    St Augustine's - Neutral Bay, Australia: http://www.daupher.it/studio/saugust.htm
    Bureå Funeral Chapel - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...ral_Chapel.rar
    Bureå Church - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...urea_Church.7z
    Kalvträsk Church - Sweden: http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...t/kalvtrask.7z
    Stiehr-Mockers aka Jeuxdorgue2 - France: http://www.jeuxdorgues.com/files/Jeu...GrandOrgue.rar
    Prudhoe Methodist Church - Northumberland, UK: http://www.my-music.mine.nu/prudhoe_ns.htm
    Gernot's Happy Birthday Organ - Germany: http://www.prospectum.com/en/start.htm
    The Ghent Belfry Carillon - Belgium: http://duphly.free.fr/en/carillon.html
    Orgue de salon - France: http://duphly.free.fr/en/salon.html
    Small Italian Harpsichord (17th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/italien.html
    French Harpsichord after Blanchet (18th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/blanchet.html
    French Harpsichord Double after Taskin (18th Century): http://duphly.free.fr/en/taskin.html
    Italian Spinet: http://duphly.free.fr/en/epinette.html
    Diatonic Accordion: http://duphly.free.fr/en/diato.html
    Grote Kerk Wildervank - Holland: http://www.virtual-organs.nl/index.p...mid=54&lang=en
    Oeckelen Oude Pekela - Holland: http://www.virtual-organs.nl/index.p...mid=54&lang=en
    Pibrac - France: http://pibrac.free.fr/orgue/orgue_en.htm
    Piteå School of Music - Sweeden:http://www.familjenpalo.se/sites/def...t/PiteaMHS.rar

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    Hi CatOrg, thanks for this latest update :-)

    There is another one, an Italian free set for which I posted some time back here :

    http://www.andreabonzi.it/locale/SEZ...aliani004.html

    Also inside main Pitea set there is a small positiv, created for smaller systems and for ..... single positiv work :-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghekorg7 View Post
    Free "convolvers" Index :
    Here are some Links for Theory, Programs/Programming and Reverb (commercial and free products):
    http://hauptwerk.seeyoo.net/viewtopi...7&p=1137#p1137

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    Hi wos :-)

    Thanks for the links !
    Also thank you for your great site (though in German which sadly I don't speak...) and linking to my site :-)
    I already posted about your GrandOrgue page. Keep it up !

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    Panos
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    On virtual-organ nl there is a new set of free download, no demo.
    Greetings Antonio.

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    Hi Antonio,
    Thanks for this ! :-)

    here's the link :
    http://www.virtual-organs.nl/index.p...mid=79&lang=nl

    Going to get it .... !
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    Hi Antonio,
    My thanks to you also!

    I have given this organ a work-out today and I really like it. I think it could be even better if the POS division were enclosed - which I agree conflicts with the spirit of the original instrument - but it is quite easy to do in a virtual instrument.

    Regards,
    Diode

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    I have put up a list of all URL in the GO project (including from this thread):
    https://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawi...le=Sample_Sets

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    Great Martin ! I like it !! )))))))
    Thanks for this !
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