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Announcing the launch of MIDIorgan.com

PostSun May 16, 2004 4:47 pm

We are pleased to announce the launch of MIDIorgan.com on the Hauptwerk Forum.

The growing number of virtual organ projects, sample sets, and commercial MIDI products like keyboards and pedalboards provide many virtual organ options. While we highlight virtual organ technology we exist to promote organs of all types and organ music of all periods and styles. Our goal is to become a resource for

- virtual organ enthusiasts,

- pipe organ enthusiasts,

- electronic organ enthusiasts,

- organists, and lovers of organ music

so that web surfers can check out builders and vendors; research sound modules; browse classifieds, CDs, sheet music, MIDI files, interesting organ facts; and network with others -- all from one central site. Please follow these links for more information:

Our mission - http://midiorgan.com/about.aspx

Sample sources - http://midiorgan.com/virtualsamples

Simulators & sample comparisons - http://midiorgan.com/virtualsw

Simulator MIDI supplies - http://midiorgan.com/midistuff

MIDI interfaces - http://midiorgan.com/midihw

MIDI files - http://midiorgan.com/midimusic

Streaming music, demos, and files - http://midiorgan.com/webmusic

If your are a sample vendor please let us know when you release new offerings so that we can update MIDIorgan.com on or before the release date. The earlier you can send us sample set information, the better. Here is what we are looking for:

- your (or your company's) name and URL;
- an image of the organ and the sample set URL;
- the organ's location and the location's URL (if available);
- the builder's name and URL (or the historical builder's URL);
- the country where the organ is located and the year of installation;
- the # of manuals, keys, pedals, total stops, actual stops,
memory required (in MB), speed required (in GHz), price, and
sample formats supported; and
- optionally, the image owner's name and URL.

Please contact us at http://midiorgan.com/email.aspx with your comments, site suggestions, and criticisms.

Thanks to all who have helped make MIDIorgan.com possible,



Brian Wolfe
MIDIorgan.com
http://midiorgan.com - Your MIDI Organ Resource

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