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A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

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A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

PostWed Jun 19, 2019 7:38 pm

He services New England and the Eastern USA, Plenum Organ Company: http://plenumorgans.com

We many times hear from prospect clients as to if they decide to go with a Hauptwerk instrument, who will be there to service it should the need arise?

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Re: A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

PostThu Jun 20, 2019 8:47 pm

Just curious how you know he uses HW? I don't see it mentioned anywhere on his site, or maybe I just overlooked it.

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Re: A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

PostThu Jun 20, 2019 9:01 pm

I asked him and said yes.

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Re: A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

PostThu Jun 20, 2019 10:59 pm

Did you read his "About" page? He's apparently 17 years old. Maybe he has family in the organ business (?).
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Re: A new digital pipe organ builder who uses HW

PostFri Jun 21, 2019 3:47 am

Grant_Youngman wrote:He's apparently 17 years old.

Yeah, noticed that. Hmmm Interesting. :| Saw the notice about him on The Organ Forum

https://organforum.com/forums/forum
Quite a lot of "stuff" there. :roll: At least there is a variety of interest in organ topics.

Actually, when I was 16, I had just finished my first Schober - the Consolette (tube version) model, later ungraded to the Consolette II. (12 master oscillators with frequency divider saw tooth generators.) Then on to the biggie, the Recital model which was an all solid state 2M with the Reverb-A-Tape add-on. Lots of after school jobs to pay for those. Had much correspondence (US mail) with Richard Dorf back then. Quite nice (kit form) consoles. Terrible silver manual key contacts.

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