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New Website for jOrgan

I have created the jORGAN DISCOVERY website to help new users have a good experience of installing and using this fine Virtual Pipe Organ program. It contains a GALLERY page with sound samples to showcase what jOrgan can do. Of course, the quality of what you hear depends on how good your audio system is.

In my opinion, jOrgan is capable of matching the sound quality of the two better-known programs, and excels in the much smaller demands it places on the resources of the computer you are using. It even works very well on the Raspberry Pi. However, it is probably not as easy to get it going, especially for those people less confident about using computers. This website aims to address that.

The web address is http://jorgan.info

Analogicus
 
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