In the summer of 2018, I spent the day at my local church sampling the Pipe Organ. With hundreds of audio files to edit, I didn’t have the time or energy to make the instrument into viable commercial product. However, with the help and encouragement from the Pianobook community, I found the drive over December to make this Organ a reality.
The sample pack is a condensed version of the original recordings, but still includes 338 audio files (0.94GB). Each of the nine organ stops have been recorded individually and have their own assigned fader. This means that instead of just having a stop ‘on or off’, you can fade between each of the nine stops, to create your own unique balance.
Thanks to Aaron Newberry and Quetzal Marchiori for noise reduction. Additional thanks to Dave Hilowitz for his valuable advice.
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This organ sounds so much like the one I used to play in a village church back in the seventies. Great sound
Superb sound – the selection of stops make it easy to dial in the desired character.
There’s enough noise reduction that the instrument works well out the box, whilst still maintaining the overall character of the church. Really top-notch work.
I used this in gothic-comedy student film – will share the result when the film’s out…
Excellent organ with plenty of headroom to throw on your favorite EQ or compressor.
Insane That This Is Free
For an instrument that us media composers don’t jump on all the time to have this as a free insanely well recorded and implemented church organ on hand whenever we need it is such a gift to the community. Thanks Angus for the GB of heaven!