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Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby B. Milan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:05 pm

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Dear all,

We are proud to announce the release of the complete Salisbury Willis for Hauptwerk 4.0.0 and higher.

The Salisbury Willis volumes 2 and 3 are now available for ordering through our online shop. Volume 3 is the complete WIllis instrument featuring all 62 ranks. Volume 2 features 48 ranks.

Please visit http://store.hauptwerk.com/Salisbury-Ca ... _c_67.html for ordering in USD or http://store.hauptwerk-europe.com/Salis ... _c_58.html to order in Euros.

Once you place an order you will receive an email confirmation which will contains a link to a web page with information on downloading the files.

Please note that the download server will most likely be undergoing very heavy traffic, if you are not able to get a fast connection please try again later. All files have been downloaded and installed and are fully in tact. If you download and get an error message of CRC Error or any other corruption message you will need to download the files again. Plase do not contact us stating you cannot download the files.

DVDs will also be shipped. Volume 2 consists of two DVDs and volume 3 one DVD, coupled with volume 1 which spans three DVDs the complete set is 6 DVDs. If you are not able to ultimately obtain the files via download then please wait for the DVDs to arrive and you can install all of the files from them.

We'll be adding more new demos for volume 3 (and soon volume 2) shortly, please have patience while we get the demo page updated.

For the final stop lists for each volume please visit:

http://www.milandigitalaudio.com/salisbury-spec.htm

http://www.milandigitalaudio.com/salisbury-specv2.htm

http://www.milandigitalaudio.com/salisbury-specv3.htm

Final memory requirements are as follows:

Volume I
24 bit, uncompressed, multiple loops 11.67 GB
24 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 7.07 GB
20 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 6.10 GB
Default-16 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 3.73 GB
16 bit, lossless compression, single loops 2.69 GB


Volume II
24 bit, uncompressed, multiple loops 19 GB
24 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 11.5 GB
20 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 10 GB
Default-16 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 6 GB
16 bit, lossless compression, single loops 4.5 GB


Volume III
24 bit, uncompressed, multiple loops 24.2 GB
24 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 14.5 GB
20 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 12.5 GB
Default-16 bit, lossless compression, multiple loops 7.66 GB
16 bit, lossless compression, single loops 5.8 GB

Note that volume 2 requires that you have a volume 1 license. Volume 3 require that you have a volume 1 and 2 license. All volume 1 files must be installed in order to load volumes 2 and 3 and all volume 1 and 2 files must be installed to load and play volume 3.

Further information on the new console displays may be found here:

viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6992&start=90#p70563

Please let us know if there are any questions.

We hope you enjoy this new release and we thank you very much for your continued support!
Regards,
Brett Milan
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http://www.milandigitalaudio.com
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby B. Milan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:17 pm

Please note the new editions are also 15% off so be sure to take advantage of this discount before it is over. The introductory discount will last through January 15, 2012.
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby MikeDC » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:50 pm

I understand that you have to purchase Vol 2 in order to purchase Vol 3, but do you actually have to download and install Vol 2 since the files are also on Vol 3?

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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby RichardW » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:51 pm

Hooray!!!
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby Stefanussen » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:57 pm

Yes! Finally, I can turn off the convolution reverb!
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby B. Milan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:59 pm

MikeDC wrote:I understand that you have to purchase Vol 2 in order to purchase Vol 3, but do you actually have to download and install Vol 2 since the files are also on Vol 3?

Thanks,
Michael


Hello Michael,

Yes, volume 2 is required in order for volume 3 to load since volume 3 references the samples in volume 2. Thus you need to download the DVD 4 DVD 5 and DVD 6 files from the volume_2 and volume_3 ftp folders.

Thank you!
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby kwbmusic » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:49 pm

Yey, the height of frustration! Bought Vols II & III, downloaded DVD 4, but now being disconnected and can't get DVD 5. Probably because everybody else has discovered the availability and overloading the servers.
Ah well, patience, but I did think I could at least got Vol II up and running.
Thanks Brett & Martin for your excellent work.
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby kiwiplant » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:10 pm

Are checksums available somewhere?

Is the order of keyboards from top to bottom like this?
Solo (Top), Swell, Great, Choir, Pedal ?

:( "Only" another 13 hours until the files finish downloading (hopefully). This gives some time to read the user guides.

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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby B. Milan » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:31 pm

Hello Paul,

Here are the MD5 checksums:

167466f0446a5247f9c62b9ade611cbe *Salisbury-Willis-Samples-DVD-4.CompPkg_Hauptwerk_rar
db00a3154c77798acf5c8f070b01f4f6 *Salisbury-Willis-Samples-DVD-5.CompPkg_Hauptwerk_rar
e1fa9f6d52fb3bfd6b28cf7c397b390f *Salisbury-Willis-Samples-DVD-6.CompPkg_Hauptwerk_rar

Yes, that is the correct order of keyboards from top to bottom.

Many thanks for your order!
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby Cooky » Fri Dec 23, 2011 4:10 am

I think it's starting to feel a lot like Christmas!!

Congratulations Brett on achieving your goals - and fulfilling our dreams.

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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby pwhodges » Fri Dec 23, 2011 4:20 am

There is now time for me to walk the dogs while the full organ is being cached during the initial load! This is really quite exciting...

I noticed while installing that the packages for DVD files 4, 5 and 6 all have "04" in their description; this is of course entirely trivial!

Paul

PS (later): Full slush is good fun!
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby dralanrobinson » Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:34 am

Is it possible to download via an FTP client like filezilla ? if so what is the process ?

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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby RichardW » Fri Dec 23, 2011 7:35 am

Alan,

"Google is your friend." Put "filezilla" into Google and on the second line of links it will give you this: http://filezilla-project.org/download.php.

Select the correct version for your OS and download.

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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby Cooky » Fri Dec 23, 2011 8:00 am

I can't imagine a more appropriate time to download an organ from Salisbury than this night of the --- SUMMER SOLSTICE!!
I have tried dancing in circles around the computer in expectation that it may increase the download speed, but seems it will still take all night.
Any other suggestions will be considered.
For those among you from a different hemispere, please feel free to adopt an alternative dress code.
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Re: Salisbury volumes 2 and 3 released

Postby kkiiwwii » Fri Dec 23, 2011 8:21 am

I have ordered the upgrade to vol 2, paid for it and waiting the email instructions to download. There did not seem to be an option of paying for upgrade of 2 and 3 together, and $30.75 has been added as shipping costs on upgrade 2. obviously I do no want to pay for another shipping cost when I order the last upgrade, and will do this when no. 2 is downloaded. How can this be avoided?( 2 shipping costs)
We also have an odd situation in this country in that 15% may be added to a physical delivery of discs over a certain minimum amount, but there is no provision to pay tax on downloads irrespective of value- so therefore I would not accept delivery from the post office for the discs if this tax was payable. This is not unlawful, even though it may seem strange.
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