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Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri Aug 18, 2017 11:58 am

Hello adri,

adri wrote:Do we need to order:

1. Stephen Schaub's Metz extension?

2. Caen extension?


You do not need to download the Metz extension from Stephen Schaub, but you do need to have the 4-manual Caen extension.

The following sample-set are required:
1) Caen version 2.5 (Sonus Paradisi)
2) Metz (Milan Digital Audio)
3) 4-manual Caen extension (Custom Hauptwerk Organs)

and the following sample-set is optional:
4) Rotterdam Hoofdorgel (Sonus Paradisi)

Best regards,

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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostSat Oct 14, 2017 9:31 pm

I can't wait to play this sample set when I get my HW organ all setup! I've already told my Consultant that its the first organ I want installed!

Thanks for making this available!!!

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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostWed Oct 18, 2017 9:50 am

Pardon me for this trivial question: Silly of me, but I really couldn't find where to order the Caen extension , which is necessary before acquiring the "grand symphonic". Thanks !
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostWed Oct 18, 2017 11:07 am

Here is the user'smanual: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6w3g1kprev1ztiu/4ManualCaenExtension_UserGuide.pdf. The information is in the introduction, page 4.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostThu Oct 19, 2017 5:36 pm

Thank you, Ludu.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 4:41 am

Caen sample set version 2.66 was published today. It was verified that it is compatible with the Jake extension.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 4:58 am

€650 for pipe coupling?
I think not.


EDIT: The update is now in my products. It wasn't earlier. Happy days!!!!!!
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 7:00 am

murph wrote:€650 for pipe coupling?
I think not.

I don't have Caen. But I don't think you have to buy the set again to get new version. If you have it already, just check your SP account where the new version should be available. Same as we got with the Martinikerk-Groningen set.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 7:10 am

The update is in my products now! (It wasn't earlier, just the old version.)
Download time!
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 1:58 pm

zurek wrote:Caen sample set version 2.66 was published today.


May I ask where I could find and download the update? Is the any more information about the update somewhere? I tried to look on sonusparadisi.cz website but couldn't find it.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 2:21 pm

tomaszartur wrote:
zurek wrote:Caen sample set version 2.66 was published today.


May I ask where I could find and download the update? Is the any more information about the update somewhere? I tried to look on sonusparadisi.cz website but couldn't find it.


Go to:
https://www.sonusparadisi.cz/en/organs/ ... ienne.html
and click on "Features" to read about v. 2.66

The files are on your "My Products" download links.

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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 4:23 pm

Thank you Steve.

Just one more question, do I have to un-install the old version and install the new one? Or just install the new one on the existing one?
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 4:41 pm

tomaszartur wrote:Just one more question, do I have to un-install the old version and install the new one? Or just install the new one on the existing one?

I just reinstalled the new one and it worked fine.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 5:32 pm

smfrank wrote:
tomaszartur wrote:Just one more question, do I have to un-install the old version and install the new one? Or just install the new one on the existing one?

I just reinstalled the new one and it worked fine.
Steve

Yes, but the old version remains. The old and the new don't have the same name.
Needs to be careful, in case of removing the old version, it's better to click on the right option to keep the registrations.
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Re: Grand Symphonic Cavaillé-Coll

PostFri May 21, 2021 6:13 pm

I uninstalled the old version after installing the new one, and there are no problems. My registrations/piston settings carried over. And to my ears the sound is greatly improved. Any sterility that might have been in the previous version (the Récit reed chorus always bothered me) is gone. If you have the Caen set, don’t hesitate to update!

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