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    Recording in Turku (Åbo) Cathedral.

    hi!

    Here is an organ recording, I have done in Turku Cathedral (Finland) this week, would be very exciting to hear what the "pros" have to say about the recording. I've used DPA 4003, SE 4400a microphones.


    https://www-lagring.telia.se/Shares/...1-2691d7989d16

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    Janne
    I was looking forward to listening to your link, but unfortunately I was unable to open it. It may be a fault with my media player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Janne
    I was looking forward to listening to your link, but unfortunately I was unable to open it. It may be a fault with my media player.

    teddy
    It's a .mp3 format
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    Teddy :... did you see that yiou had to click the mp3 link there also....mine worked fine with Windiows media player

    Jan.. very enjoyable improv... The first section is very majestic and full sounding .Love the sound of the organ with that long reverb. I can see this part as a Pontifical Procession or Festive Prelude........ middle section up to 6:00 I am not sure.. maybe a concert type selection kinda reminded me of a sortie type composition.... from 6:00 on I really like the full conclusion as can see this used as a Postlude processionial use i.e. Gradual, Pontifical, Well done. Thanks for posting.
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    Nice, nice sound, Janne ... impressive organ too - had to look it up on Martin Doering's site. For the rest of the member here, this organ is a IV/122 with 6,058 pipes.

    We can always count on you, Janne, for splendid recordings like these ... always breathtaking and thrilling at the same time. Whomever is playing is also a very gifted organist who brings much excitement to the listeners ears.
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    Ah Got it thank you Bill. Worth waiting for. Thanks again to this site and its members for providing so much diverse enjoyment.

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    NEW FILE! Did some cleanup from background noise and rumble, from the organ.


    https://www-lagring.telia.se/Shares/...6-f7c8e739faa6
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    There was rumble and noise in the background before? I hadn't noticed.

    Janne, you have some of the cleanest and best recordings I've ever heard

    Thanks for always giving us the best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    There was rumble and noise in the background before? I hadn't noticed.

    Janne, you have some of the cleanest and best recordings I've ever heard

    Thanks for always giving us the best
    Thank you for those words!

    I'm so picky, before I am satisfied. I'll always hear the "small errors"
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    I am with Lars on this one. Both were great. Thanks again
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