Download Hauptwerk Sample Set Marcussen Organ
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One striking feature of the instrument is its multi-rank Principal stops. Practically all the Principals and Octaves 16', 8', 4' of all the divisions are made of more than one unisono souding ranks. I have heard this special feature in Spanish organs for the first time (Palma di Mallorca, Santanyi ...) and it makes the sound of the Principal chorus considerably wide and deep. The timbre gets characteristically rich what cannot be achieved easily if a conventional single rank Principal stops are used. For Hauptwerk recording, this constitutes a special challenge, since the \"chorus effect\" of the pipes which are often not exactly in tune makes looping really difficult. Only very long samples (around 9-11 seconds) are usable for the virtual model of the organ. Another noteworthy feature is the composition of the mixtures which have unusually high number of ranks as well. The Cimbal of the Bovenwerk is remarkable for its neo-baroque composition including a quart and a sext.
The wind in the real organ is rock-stable. This can be modelled perfectly by disabling the Wind Model in Hauptwerk. Hence, one can switch the wind model off for this organ safely. The fact, that modelling the stable wind is so extremely easy in Hauptwerk, I took the liberty to make the wind system freely according to my own liking. There are 11 wedge bellows modelled and the wind is really lively. If you do not like this feature, just turn the wind model off and the sample set will behave as the organ in reality. There is one more reason for setting the wind model off with this big sample set: the CPU usage. I strongly recommend to switch the wind model off on older CPUs (those manufactured prior to 2011), since the wind model eats a lot of CPU power which can have an influence on other parts of the sample set (tremulant model etc.).
Attention: the sample set is huge and therefore when loading (especially for the first time) Hauptwerk may look like frozen for about 2 minutes. After that, normal loading dialog will appear. Please be patient when loading the organ!
The smaller and the older brother of the main rear gallery organ (which is available as a sample set for Hauptwerk as well) is located in the Transept of the same St. Laurentis church in Rotterdam (Netherlands) and it is a top example of the European organbuilding of the mid twentieth century, in the years following the 2nd World War.
The recording positions of the Wet variant and that of the Surround variant were different. The direct approach (used in the Wet sample set) and the diffuse approach (used in the Surround variant) differ in the distance of the microphones from the organ, the microphones for the diffuse were situated farther away. Therefore, if the Surround variant is used in a simple 2-channel environment, the result would still offer a different audio perspective of the Rotterdam Transept instrument: the result would be more diffused (more reverberant) sound than when the genuine Wet variant is used in the same way. As the result, the sample set in its entirety (dry, wet, surround) offers an unusual flexibility in varying the listener's position. 153554b96e