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Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

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Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostTue Jan 26, 2016 10:49 pm

I'm looking for some quality sample sets that run on the Free Version. I have the Haverhill sample set and I love that one. I'm thinking about actually buying one of their sets since their Mini version will run on the Free Edition. I have tried a couple others off the internet but quite frankly they sometimes sound like a pipe organ that hasn't been tuned in a long time. The one I tested out tonight you can't even read the stops and it had no combo pistons. The Haverhill does both of those well.

I downloaded the Hereford eval and will be testing that out. I don't mind paying $150 for a sample set but being just retired I cannot afford even the $249 for the Regular Version of Hauptwerk.

Are there others out there in the category of the Haverhill etc.? I'm not interested in the not for prime time ones.
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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostWed Jan 27, 2016 12:43 am

Hello¡ Please let me tell you that there is a beautiful G. Silbermann instrument that runs with the HW free edition (147 euros).
http://www.pipeloops.com/product_info.p ... ucts_id=41
Also, you can visit a list of more free organs in:
https://www.hauptwerk.com/learnmore/ins ... downloads/

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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostWed Jan 27, 2016 1:01 am

Thanks, I am downloading now and will install in the morning. I think someone else has recommended this.
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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostWed Jan 27, 2016 11:03 am

Hi,

Here is a list of many sample sets. If you scroll down you will find the free/shareware section.

http://www.pcorgan.com/SampleSetsEN.html
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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostWed Jan 27, 2016 6:03 pm

profeluisegarcia wrote:Hello¡ Please let me tell you that there is a beautiful G. Silbermann instrument that runs with the HW free edition (147 euros).
http://www.pipeloops.com/product_info.p ... ucts_id=41
Also, you can visit a list of more free organs in:
https://www.hauptwerk.com/learnmore/ins ... downloads/

Regards,
Luis


Oh yes that Silbermann sounded good. I was playing and it was cutting out then I remembered it does that on the trial run. No problem, I transcribe music into the computer without hearing it. The only thing I wish it had was a strong reed on one of the manuals. The Posaunenbass 16´ was outstanding. I liked the reverb time. When they're too long they muddle up the sound in very fast passages.
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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostWed Jan 27, 2016 6:03 pm

RichardW wrote:Hi,

Here is a list of many sample sets. If you scroll down you will find the free/shareware section.

http://www.pcorgan.com/SampleSetsEN.html


Many thanks. Lots of choices.
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Re: Any listing of eval sample sets that run on Free Edition

PostFri Jan 29, 2016 9:32 pm

I'm really loving the Silbermann. I'm just going to have to buy it. The dropping out is more annoying than I thought. I can hardly go back to my eval Haverhill even though it's excellent.

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