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Silbermann Groshartnammhof console

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Silbermann Groshartnammhof console

PostWed May 15, 2019 8:03 am

I bought the Silbermann Groshartmannhof set a few years ago and one of the images in the User Guide shows an image of the actual console. However, whenever I load up this set, all I see is a "console" view which shows rectangular buttons for each of the stops. I cannot work out how to show the actual console image and both stop jambs and the keys moving were I to play this organ.

When I look at Youtube, I see Brett Milan playing a Bach piece showing the console and the keys moving etc. See this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL_7oy9DG6E

Any ideas?

David Cundy
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Re: Silbermann Groshartnammhof console

PostWed May 15, 2019 9:01 am

I think there may be some confusion here.
Your question is about the 1741 Silbermann in Großhartmannsdorf, produced by Pipeloops.
The YouTube link you gave shows the 1721 Silbermann in the Georgenkirche, Rötha, produced by Milan Digital Audio.
The Großhartmannsdorf sample-set doesn't show a console view - only the simplified stop-jambs.
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Re: Silbermann Groshartnammhof console

PostThu May 16, 2019 4:32 am

Ah, yes I was confused, particularly because the consoles look rather similar. Thanks for the clarification.

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