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    Smile German Baroque Organ for jOrgan

    Hallo to all !

    I 've made a new disposition for jOrgan 3.11.1 FS closely to organs found mostly in Saxony.
    Called "GermanBaroque_311.1FS" and you can find it in my Skydrive here :
    http://cid-4abbc613d73c4fa0.office.l...s-Dispositions
    Any Baroque music work can be played on this virtual 2m/p organ .
    Is close to 80MB uncompressed, to37MB RARed.
    Hope you'll find it usefull - any feedback is very valuable.
    Get a taste (screen shot) .

    Have fun !
    Panos
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    New version !

    Hallo again.
    A new refined / extended version is uploaded over the first one.
    Many corrections (relooping/tuning ect) on the sf2 bank, now divided in 3 parts (HW/OW/PED).
    Special made Cornett III stop, extended compass of keyboards to 56, ped to 32. A second disposition(console) with separate divisions. Special Silbermann Freiberg tuning before 1985 option, courtesy of Bernd Casper.
    Two special made midi files by Al Shroer.
    I played/rec .mid four Pachelbel works (included too).
    All improvements are made after creative feedback and advice from the jOrgan users community. Thanks to all !

    Get it visiting the same as above link.
    Here's a screen shot of the extended console.

    Have lots of fun !
    Panos
    *It's like a fight with women, which always ends in .... bed.*
    F.Kafka, Aphorisms.

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    Hi Guys,

    This is a 'must play' organ! In other words, if you've got a MIDI keyboard setup with your computer, get jOrgan and download this wonderful gem. The included MIDI files are also a wonder to hear

    Thank you Panos and all who helped get this together. A really marvellous achievement.

    Having fun,
    GrahamG

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    You're welcome dear Graham !
    As you said, without the help of those people (read the pdf for details...) this organ wouldn't be as it is today.
    I'm greatful to all.

    All my best regards
    Panos
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    Hi to all.

    There are some beautiful recordings made by Al Schroer with this organ model.
    There are for some time now, but it's worth listen/download.
    Al did a wonderful work !
    Here :
    http://poconopipeorgans.com/poconopipeorgans_008.htm

    Enjoy !
    Panos
    *It's like a fight with women, which always ends in .... bed.*
    F.Kafka, Aphorisms.

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    Enjoyed the link very much..A great selection of music to listen too. Thanks
    ....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
    - Jean Langlais

    I wish you the Best for each day, now and always.

    Bill

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    Bill,
    Thanks for the feedback my friend.
    You know, Al did a great work here.
    Remember Mike asking back in August how can one get a midi file imported to jOrgan and play OK?
    It is difficult as jOrgan's recorder is kinda "sui generis" and hours of work are needed to get it running with an external file.
    Of course if you play straight to it is a piece of cake and lots of fun !
    *It's like a fight with women, which always ends in .... bed.*
    F.Kafka, Aphorisms.

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