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musicalis
Mar-26-2009, 17:46
For people looking for new virtual organs :
3 new instruments are available from 10 stops to 24 stops, 1 or two manuals.
Casavant and Kney, digitaly sampled in the same church 16 bits steeo 44 kHz for MyOrgan users.

visit http://organ.monespace.net/pages/48.php

you will find : historic, feature, MP3 demo, photos, download ....

http://organ.monespace.net/img/img384.jpg

ggoode.sa
Mar-27-2009, 20:17
Hi Jean-Paul,

This looks pretty good! We've just moved houses so finances are stretched tight, but I'll have to see if we can stretch the budget a bit more! Off to listen to the demos again ;-)
GrahamG

musicalis
Mar-27-2009, 23:39
Dear graham

Thanks for your comments.
I have worked hours and hours for this organ with my friend Alfred. Today, for the first time , i have had the opportunity to play it for pleasure only and not to check pipes like previous weeks. It is really a fantastic organ; but be carefull, it is for Myorgan, not hauptwerk-1. The HWK version will be available later.

I would have been happy to give you this organ, but I cannot, for technical reasons and also because it is the only way for me to earn some money, as nobody wants to give job to a man with Parkinson disease.

musicalis
Mar-28-2009, 00:26
This is a video demo of organ n°1

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ggoode.sa
Mar-28-2009, 08:36
Hi Jean-Paul,
I would be interested to know what methods were used to record and process the samples. What Noise Reduction software was used? Looping? Tuning? All of these things are interesting as I want to sample the Pipe Organ at Church for home practice use. The Organs sounds wonderful!
GrahamG

methodistgirl
Mar-29-2009, 01:45
That organ is the same size as the one at my church which is a Wicks
organ.
judy tooley

dll927
Mar-29-2009, 21:03
Anyone know which organ they used for the photographs? This hardly looks like what you would find at St. Sulpice.

ggoode.sa
Mar-31-2009, 11:46
Hi,
I've bought the set and am downloading now. Is there any difference between the Pedal Stops of Organ 1 and Organ 2? There seems to be a slight size difference in the links..
GrahamG

el_supremo
Mar-31-2009, 23:35
Is there any difference between the Pedal Stops of Organ 1 and Organ 2? In the case of Pd-Tuba16.7z in Set 1, there are three extra files, including PipeTune.exe. In all cases the wav files in one set are exactly the same length as those in the other so I presume that the difference is in the compression method chosen by the user (or perhaps the program) when the files were created.
I bought the set a few days ago and am enjoying playing around with it.

Pete

ggoode.sa
Apr-01-2009, 14:32
Thanks Pete, have finished the downloads without the doubleing of the pedal ranks and succesfully run all three organs :-) Now for the continued fun of playing!

musicalis
Apr-03-2009, 09:38
Hello friends

I am happy you enjoy this organ.
In fact the pedals stops are the same for both organs. I have split the big organ (number 3) into 2 smallest organs and give both all the pedal stops.
If you purchase organs 1 and 2 and place all the folders in the same directory you get organ n°3.
Notice also that mix IV and octave2 of organ 1 is borrowed to organ 2, so please keep only once these folders in your directory.

Now, there is a gift for those who have purchases organs 1 & 2. It is called organ 4. it comes with 20 general combinations and a trumpet from great has been added to pedals.

FREE DOWNLOAD and Demo at http://www.lulu.com/content/multimedia/kitchener-organ-n%c2%b0-4/6657149 (http://www.lulu.com/content/multimedia/kitchener-organ-n%c2%b0-4/6657149)

http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/gallery/showimage.php?i=330&c=5See a screenshot in my organ picture gallery (here) (http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/gallery/showimage.php?i=330&original=1&c=5)
http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/gallery/showimage.php?i=330&original=1&c=5

musicalis
Apr-15-2009, 12:15
Hi
there is a You tube demo of kitchener organ IV , called Toccata notturna, in the pipe organ forum

Ikarus16944
May-14-2009, 15:33
Downloaded the two Kitchener-Packages a few days ago and enjoying them every day!

Unfortunately, however, they take an awfully long time to load and about 2/3 through the load, I get a message from 'MyOrgan', saying that memory is scarce and do I whish to continue to load. Are 2GB RAM not enough???
Apart from that it works GREAT!

I am using 'MyOrgan' in connection with my rather old JOHANNUS Opus1200 (year 1990) - 2 Manuals, full Pedal, MIDI-Interface - and an AMD-Athlone 1.7GHz with 2GB RAM PC with onboard sound plus Steinerg-EDIROL UM1 USB-MIDI-Adapter.......

The 'jOrgan' set works quite well, too, but the FluidSynth Sound is too bright - OK for solo voices but rather tiring and nerving with 'plenum' - my neighbours hate it! :-))) .

Keep up the good work, I'll be watching out for more!

Cheers,

Chris

musicalis
May-14-2009, 16:02
Hi Chris
2Gb is enough, I have only 2 GB and I use Kitchener 4C or Moller 370 with Harmony-Assistant at the same time.
May be you have too much other softwares or services running.
The kitchener organs need only 1 GB
Try the following : go in MyOrgan settings and check "loseless compression". In this case you need only 800 MB.

J-Paul

PS
You said :"
Keep up the good work, I'll be watching out for more!"
My reply : try Moller 370. Many pipes are the same but the sound is really different. Less breath noise and hi frequency softer.

musicalis
Jul-14-2009, 20:17
Hello

This 3 manuals organ uses the sampled pipes of the Kitchener organs 1 & 2 and the free extension (http://www.lulu.com/content/6657149).
So, it is free if you are a kitchener organs owner.
Download the ODF (http://organ.monespace.net/pages/69.php)

http://organ.monespace.net/img/img547.jpg

Analogicus
Jul-14-2009, 23:19
Chris wrote:
The 'jOrgan' set works quite well, too, but the FluidSynth Sound is too bright - OK for solo voices but rather tiring and nerving with 'plenum' - my neighbours hate it! :-))) .

What is this 'jOrgan' set?
(I certainly know what jOrgan is).

Analogicus