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St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSat Mar 17, 2018 11:40 am

Thanks to those that responded. I went ahead and purchased it yesterday, now I have to wait for the key update. What a drag. That really ought to be an automated process.
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSat Mar 17, 2018 12:08 pm

Hello dcaton,

We do hope to automate it one day, and our apologies for any delay.

I'm not involved in order processing myself, but I see that Charlie Raasch notified us today about your purchase of the sample set, so if you'd like to send us the licence update request file ( http://www.hauptwerk.com/forms/license-updates/ ) in readiness then that might help to save a little delay overall. If you just put 'CLR SMG' in the order reference then we'll know what it relates to. You might still receive an automated email asking you to create a licence update request file, but please just ignore it if so. (Creating a second licence update request file would invalidate the first, and necessitate repeating the process, so it's important that you only create one request file.) I hope that helps.
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSun Mar 18, 2018 12:02 pm

Thanks Martin!
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostThu Mar 22, 2018 3:03 am

I Have just had this set on my system for a couple days now, and am liking it so far, really liking it. I was looking for a Skinner organ, and I was considering the MDA skinner, but when this one came up, I really liked the sound of it. Like was said in a previous post, I too, like the Harp, French horn and Clarinet on this instrument. The tuba on the choir is nice as well. The Pedal divide is an interesting feature too, I'd never heard of that before in any organ.
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSun Dec 27, 2020 10:00 am

Hello,
is anybody already using this virtual organ with Hauptwerk 5/6 ? I bought the Hauptwerk 4 version of this instrument two years ago and would like to download the version encrypted for Hauptwerk 5. I tried the download link on the evensongmusic page, but this leads to an empty directory on amazon drive. My emails to evensongmusic have not been answered so far - once I even got the message "Quota exceeded (mailbox for user is full)".
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Hansmartin.
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSun Dec 27, 2020 10:25 am

Hello Hansmartin,

I've sent an email to Jonathan pointing him to this thread. Hopefully he'll receive it and be able to get back to you.
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSun Dec 27, 2020 10:50 am

Sorry about the confusion - with the crush of work at my “real” job during the holidays, I did have an over-full mailbox for about 12-18 hours.

All of our V5/6 content is available here: http://www.evensongmusic.net/?page_id=2978 (and has been since the conversion last year... perhaps I should move it up in the menu, as it is in the bottom). I did check the link for SMG, and it goes to the correct directory.

The direct link to SMG is here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... sp=sharing

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Jonathan Orwig
Coon Rapids, Minnesota USA
http://www.evensongmusic.net
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Re: St. Mark's Glendale (SMG) 1929 E.M. Skinner released

PostSun Dec 27, 2020 12:53 pm

Hi Jonathan,
thanks very much for the quick help! I am in the process of downloading the files and looking forward to being able to play this fine organ again.
And many thanks to Martin for relaying my question to Jonathan!

Best wishes for the holidays,
Hansmartin.
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