Erzahler wrote:Also see the post 'coming together' for how organorak built the console
Thanks for mentioning, the post referred to is: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=7771
pat17 wrote:Have you done all of it by yourself, or did you get some help to complete it?
All myself - I had to learn a lot of woodworking skills from watching Youtube videos, as I'd never built anything more than a set of shelves before in my life and I have a desk job so had to fit building this very much into my limited spare time. I spent a year designing the organ, including creating the j-organ graphics, even before gettings as far as ordering a monitor or purchasing Hauptwerk, so a lot was "taken on trust" that the more complex bits, like multiple monitors, j-organ interfaces and MIDI-controlled pageturns would work. And in the middle of construction family events forced a slower pace as the next photo shows. Thankfully pretty much everything works fine now even though it was fiddly at first.
profeluisegarcia wrote:Mozart would´d written to his father:... I met the "THE KING OF HW. VIRTUAL ORGAN"
"My first organ lesson"
His favourite composer is very clearly Rheinberger, which I didn't previously play much of and it's meant I've had to learn some more pretty quickly. And he dislikes Dupré but enjoys Howells.