Pneumatic Pipe Organ For Kontakt

US Soundiron releases the Orrville Pipe Organ      20/04/23

Soundiron tells us that the Orrville Pipe Organ sample library built for the full version of Kontakt 6.2.2 or later features a classic pneumatic pipe organ with a robust and mighty sound. This is what they have to say about it...

The Orrville Pipe Organ is a classic pneumatic pipe organ with 1,224 pipes, 21 ranks, 3 divisions, 2 manuals, 18 stops and 31 registers. It was built for the First Presbyterian Church of Orrville, Ohio in 1963 by the venerable Schantz Organ Company

It is a much more elaborate and powerful instrument than you'd typically expect to find in a smaller rural church like this one, allowing the sound to completely fill the space with an epic presence and grand tonal body.

We captured several of our favorite sustain and staccato articulations in two microphone positions (close & far), as well as chimes, Zimbelstern, blower, and pedal noises for ultimate realism. Whether you're looking to create a massive video game sound, bold synth bass tone or play straight from the hymnal, Orrville's got the pipes to do it!

Pricing and Availability:

On sale for $39 (Regular price: $59)

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