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Voxus new organ teaser

Postby adri » Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:28 am

(Santa Claus music)

On the Dutch forum, where I spotted this teaser video announcement, there is a thought that it may very well be the organ of Harlingen, Friesland, the Netherlands, built by Hinsch in 1776, and restored/reconstructed by Flentrop recently.

I did play it a few years ago, and it is a magnificent instrument in very good acoustics.

Could be....., although the sound sample is drier than the real organ....; but with acoustics/reverb sliders….who knows...

Stay tuned...……

ADDED Nov. 12: I think it may very well be Tiel (Witte organ). It's certainly not Harlingen, as much as some of us would want it to be....
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Re: Voxus new organ teaser

Postby chr.schmitz » Fri Nov 09, 2018 9:53 am

Wow! This is awesome!
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Re: Voxus new organ teaser

Postby elia » Fri Nov 09, 2018 4:32 pm

I really like your first Gapinge instrument ( ) . In my opinion it is a very good compromise between a close sound and a sound with realistic acoustic. It can satisfy those looking for a wet and semi-dry sampling at the same time with a great sense of presence.
Compatibly with your miking intentions, I'd like to be able to hear that sound again...
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Re: Voxus new organ teaser

Postby c.oomen » Tue Nov 13, 2018 7:13 am


Isn't it the Tiel organ? This sounds like an early romantic organ. Harlingen sounds different and VVO (Voxus) did their job well on other organs, they're really recognizable.

By the way; both Harlingen and Tiel are beautifull instruments! For me personally, it doesn't matter which one will come first.

Voxus: good luck finnishing the sample set!

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