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    Sample set St-Pierre de Sales (Marennes) for Hauptwerk 3

    Hi

    The sample set of Marennes is ready.
    The sound of the organ is better than the sound of the video (listen my mp3 in the pipe organ forum).
    Not a great instrument but a very cheap and pleasant package of 3 organs.


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    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Hi Jean-Paul,

    It sounds like a wonderful little organ, and even better with the virtual extensions Is it just available as a CD, or is it also available as a download from lulu.com? Also, will you be creating a GrandOrgue version of it at some time?

    Thanks for sharing!

    GrahamG

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    Hi Graham
    I think that my publisher has removed the possibility of downloading files. I have searched on his site and not found. If someone needs this organ quickly I can send the files by mail (I am in a small village where I cannot upload. Some files can be downloaded but not all, so i'll have to send them as attachment. You may understand that it takes time and i cannot do that for everybody). The cd is also a small protection against copy).
    People from this forum who want a download should write me a PM (same price, paypal only).
    About a great organ I think you mean a 3 manuals, it is possible but not very interesting because there is not enough stops to make it.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
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    Hi Jean-Paul,

    Thanks for the answer. About the GrandOrgue version, no I was not talking about a 3 manual version, I was talking about a MyOrgan/HW1/GrandOrgue (the continuation of the MyOrgan code) version.

    Also, it might make sense for you to take a look at the free DropBox application that provides a good way to share folders with only specific people (granting access for a specific time period) https://www.dropbox.com/referrals/NTY5Mjg0ODA5 - just as another tool for your work.

    Thanks,
    GrahamG

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    Thanks for the infos about dropbox.
    A GrandOrgue version is not possible because i use many tricks that do not exist in GO.
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

    Music is my placebo

    Please visit my channel and web site to hear the music I compose
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    http://organ.monespace.net

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    If this keeps up, the "virtual organ" (whatever that is) types are going to have samples of every existing organ on the planet.

    True, pipe organs are essentially individual instruments, with a good bit of help from whatever surroundings they happen to be in. But when is enough enough???

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    Hi dll927,

    That's like saying to a stamp collector 'When will you have enough Stamps in your collection?'...
    The beauty of this modern technology is that I can have a couple of Cavaille Coll 'virtual' organs, plus a few Silbermanns, a Father Willis (or two or three), a Skinner, and some less well known names (Brindly and Foster, Stiehr-Mockers, etc, etc.).

    This is a charming church Pipe Organ sample set and I hope that there are many more made along this model (small, very playable, and priced for the average person!).

    GrahamG

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