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    Commodore con Forza
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    The sampleset list has been moved into an (open) wiki:
    https://sourceforge.net/p/ourorgan/samplesets/

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    NICE !

    I'll try to share some more sets :-) There are friends who ask me if it's possible to have some jOrgan dispositions I've made to GO format... Well, different, but I'll try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e9925248 View Post
    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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    Works for me. .... ...
    Cheers MIKE.

    How many roads must a man walk down ... ... before he admits he's lost?

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    http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawik...le=Sample_Sets

    This brings up a blank white screen even after I cleared history, cache etc on my browser (Waterfox).

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetmike View Post
    Works for me. .... ...
    Same result with IE.
    Last edited by Mat; Jul-21-2013 at 22:32. Reason: mpm

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    Yup, same here. I tried both FF and IE - all I'm getting is a bank page.

    You can always send e9925248 a PM and ask them to repost it.
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    The link in the post #61 works fine for me (firefox) however the copies of the link in subsequent posts do give a blank page! Comparing the links quoted in the subsequent posts with post #61 and #59 shows they are from the link in post#59 which does give the blank page
    Cheers MIKE.

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    Well, I just clicked on the link from the post #61 and it's working fine. But I swear when I clicked on it 30 minutes ago it wasn't!
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    That link is ok. So the list was relocated.
    Thanks
    Marco

    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    Well, I just clicked on the link from the post #61 and it's working fine. But I swear when I clicked on it 30 minutes ago it wasn't!

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    I am years too late on this post however are these instruments available anywhere:

    * Compenius organ,
    * The 1654 Positif Organ Griebenow,
    * Willard Martin Saxon Harpsichord, and
    * St. Michael Neckargartach

    and worth having or are they obsolete by today's standards?

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    Thank you all!

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    Since free Grandorgue-sets-listings are not anymore needed here, I would like to transform this thread in "commercial sample sets for Grandorgue" I found mps and some possibilities, like "buy Zöblitz and run it with the mps odf". But I also discovered that Trost-Waltershausen (quite expensive, but the higher definition seems to make a huge difference in my home installation) doesnt mention itself as encrypted. Is it playable in GO? Is there somewhere an odf file for it? Thanks in advance!

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    Forget it.

    Trost Waltershausen's Hauptwerk ODF as well as every sample is encrypted.

    Have a look at http://www.organartmedia.com/en/orders.html and you will see:

    14 1730 H. G. Trost V3.2, Germany
    V3 hbw*


    and the significance of *

    * Dongle based protected HW2/3/4 sample and organ definition format

    I believe that this is the case with every sample set made available by OAM.

    All the best.

    Erik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatOrg View Post
    Since free Grandorgue-sets-listings are not anymore needed here, I would like to transform this thread in "commercial sample sets for Grandorgue" I found mps and some possibilities, like "buy Zöblitz and run it with the mps odf".
    Feel free to create a commercial samplesets for GO page in the sampleset wiki af SF.net. The only requirement for content in the wiki is, that it is legal and it is useful for other GO users.

    But I also discovered that Trost-Waltershausen (quite expensive, but the higher definition seems to make a huge difference in my home installation) doesnt mention itself as encrypted. Is it playable in GO? Is there somewhere an odf file for it? Thanks in advance!
    The dongle-based HW encryption hopefully stores the keys on the dongle (and is therefore not useable with GO).

    The non-dongle based HW "encryption" is snake-oil - if there is any protection, it is based on the copyright laws.

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    Looks like the Enigma set is no longer available, I downloaded it a few months ago and have used parts of it to extend my SM set further.


    I've done a Google search for it and got links to Al Morse's site but Sample sets no longer feature.

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