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New Extension: Silbermann Temple Protestant Wasselonne

Postby chr.schmitz » Mon Aug 01, 2016 8:24 am

Hi Silbermann lovers,

I am happy to announce a free visual extension for the beautiful sample set of the 1745 Silbermann organ at the Temple Protestant in Wasselone, Alsace, France, which was sampled by Jeux d'orgues.

Further information, screen shots and the download link can be found here:

http://hauptwerk-organ.com/wasselone

No warranties :wink: Have fun!

Best,
Chris
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Re: New Visual Extension: Silbermann Temple Protestant Wasse

Postby Lee M » Sun Aug 07, 2016 3:22 am

Thank you very much for the dual screen program! A great addition to a beautiful sample set. Regards, Lee
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Re: New Visual Extension: Silbermann Temple Protestant Wasse

Postby chr.schmitz » Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:28 am

Lee, thank you very much! Glad to hear that you like it.

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Re: New Extension: Silbermann Temple Protestant Wasselonne

Postby chr.schmitz » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:31 am

Today version 3 of the extension was released (version 2 never made it to the public). Version 3 implements two main features:

- 3D dual landscape and portrait screens, created with Blender 2.79b.
- Pedal and manual compasses extended from 27 to 30 keys (pedal) and from 49 (25) to 56 (32) keys (manuals). Hauptwerk does a fantastic job creating these additional sounds. No additional audio files are required!

Further information, a few screenshots and a link for free download can be found on my website: https://www.hauptwerk-organ.com/wasselonne/

Have fun!
Chris
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