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Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby jharmon » Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:16 pm

Brad -just curious, did you try 16 bit loading? I know Jiri recemmends not using 16 bit, but I, who also have Mac at 32MB, am hard pressed to hear any real difference in the bit rates.
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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby Gerryo » Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:24 pm

Brad,

I loaded the organ with 6 channels, 24 bit, but deleted the sampled terms, and it took around 30 gigs

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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby 162_Ranks » Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:51 pm

Nice, that means that 20 bits should fit well within the 32GB. I might pull the trigger, I'm really enjoying the demo set.
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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby jcrowley » Sat Mar 11, 2017 5:10 pm

Bravo Jeri! This instrument is spectacular in every way! I am looking forward to my future purchase. Incidentally we have a newer Parsons Organ with Manuel Rosales voicing right here in little old Madison, Wisconsin at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church. The case is stunningly traditional, yet asymmetrically balanced. It is only two manuals but covers all the bases with the beautiful voicing by Mr. Rosales. http://www.parsonsorgans.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/DSCN2371.jpg
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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby eajohnson » Fri May 12, 2017 1:27 pm

David Higgs is giving a recital on this organ Friday, May 19
From the Trinity website:

Crozier Memorial Organ Concert: David Higgs
Friday, May 19
7:00 p.m., Cathedral. Acclaimed American concert organist David Higgs performs a solo recital on the magnificent Rosales Organ. Free to the public.

This will be my first chance to hear an organ that has been sampled for Hauptwerk!
Owner of an old Schober homebuilt, midified and Hauptwerkified.
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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby ChrisKeller » Thu Jul 13, 2017 7:18 pm

I just bought the Rosales set; after playing one hour I must say: this is for me possibly the best sample set I have. I cannot say exactly why as the Görlitz or the Skinner and all the other sets by Jiri are amazing for me. I think it is the outstanding voicing of this organ by Manuel Rosales. The Cromorne comes from heaven directly, and the reeds at all: unbelievable. Jiri is topping every last set with the next one. Jiri, thank you for this instrument - I hope, I will play a recital there in Portland in future....

Best wishes, Chris
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Re: Manuel Rosales, opus 11 - sample set for Hauptwerk

Postby Romanos » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:04 pm

Soon I hope to sell my piano (downsizing due to cross-country move) and this will be one of my first purchases since my organ is coming with me.
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