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AVO Rieger Organ from Szombathely (22/III+P) - new

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AVO Rieger Organ from Szombathely (22/III+P) - new

Postby takatsa » Sun Jul 29, 2018 3:48 am

I am happy to inform everyone that completed my two new sample sets.
Rieger Organ from Szombathely (22/3+P).

Szombathely is the 10th largest city in Hungary, 80,000 inhabitans. It is the administrative centre of Vas county in the west of the country, located near the border with Austria.
The Franciscan Church, built in Gothic style in 1380s. In 1630 with a tower expanding and slightly modified in Baroque style. The temple main asset a picture of the altar showing the city in 1716, this is the oldest authentic portrayal about Szombathely. On the wall of the sanctuary can be seen a 14th-century Gothic fresco fragments probably depicting St. Elizabeth.
The church's organ was built by the Rieger company in Budapest in 1938, according to plans by Lóránt Pethő. In 1986, the pneumatic organ was changed to a magnetic valves and the organ received new couplers in 2013 but did not change the original disposition.

The sample sets are available in wave format 48kHz/24bit, stereo, multiple loops (1-14) and multiple releases (3 levels). Equal, a=440 Hz. The reverb 2.5 s, reflects the original acoustics of the church. Hauptwerk v4.0 and higher supported for the Organ Definition Files.
The sample sets made in two forms.
1. Wet version (stereo recording space of the church)
2. Surround version (3 pairs of stereo recording up close (near) and at a distance (far) and in the background (rear).
Screenshots

Audio demos:
Ziegler - Suite in D
Cracoviensis, Nicolaus - Salve Regina
Bach - Largo from BWV 1005
Böhm - Vater unser
Liszt - Consolation No 4 in D flat major
Liszt - Consolation No 6 in E major

More information

Acknowledgements:
The following friends helped me to make and publish the sample set (in alphabetical order): Dominique Dantand, Gérard Lefranc, Nagy István and Adrian Wheal. If something's done well, it's thanks to them. Thank you for their work
Best regards, Augustine
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