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Osip Aksenov
Osip Aksenov

Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ STANDALONE VSTi V3 | Tested BETTER

One of the great benefits of Hauptwerk is that it allows organists to experience, practice and perform organ literature from well-known organs around the world found in France, the Netherlands, England, Germany, etc. The entire system is controlled by MIDI-based controllers or an organ console. The Hauptwerk software features the same functionality as a traditional pipe organ, including individual pipe stop selection, registration selection and individual control of each virtual pipe (including tuning, EQ, panning and volume).

Hauptwerk Virtual Pipe Organ STANDALONE VSTi V3 | Tested

* Please note that although the Pusztaszabolcs virtual pipe organ implements controlling wind stability, the feature is not supported by Hauptwerk for customers residing in the US according to Hauptwerk manufacturer Milan Digital Audio.

The pipe organ has a very sensitive mechanic console and its touch responsiveness is modeled in two ways. First, the sound transients of the organ pipes are different when the key is pressed faster or slower, and second, the tracker action is producing louder or softer sounds also dependent on the key pressing speed. In the virtual pipe organ all pipes - including the extended pipes - have two different layers of a slow and a fast pipe transient. Some pipes are more responsive, while others are less - this is all captured as it happens in the real instrument. Furthermore the optional tracker action sound is also touch sensitive in 128 levels.

The pipe organ has an original compass of 45 keyboard notes and 18 pedal notes and a short lower octave. When the virtual organ is loaded, you can select by pressiong one button to extend this compass optionally to 54 keyboard notes and 30 pedal notes. Furthermore for more playing convenience the virtual organ supports both the original historical short octave keyboard mapping and the standard MIDI keyboard mapping. The extended notes that are created based on the existing ones were generated by the proprietary Variable-Pattern Note Extension Method, an algorithm developed first for this organ. Different patterns of extensions were used for different stops so as to make for a natural-sounding result.

Both the organ engine sound and the tracker action sounds along with the sounds of the drawbar stops are optional for your convenience. The reverberation continues below the noise level of the organ engine so you can create high quality recordings with the virtual pipe organ.

The instrument is now in its original splendor, reconstructed to its original 1778 Pazicky state. In 2008, the pipe organ was recorded by Inspired Acoustics to further document and preserve this state, and the Pusztaszabolcs Pipe Organ Samples, as a virtual pipe organ product financially supports maintaining the instrument.

Organteq is a physically modelled pipe organ which you can install on your computer (PC/Mac). It can be used both in standalone mode and as a 64-bit instrument plug-in in VST, AAX and AudioUnits hosts.

The tremulant is a mechanical device that modulates the upstream air flow that feeds the pipes. When the tremulant is activated, the pitch, the intensity and the harmonic content are modulated.Once you have chosen the rate, the amplitude and the shape of the tremulant, the physical model modulates the sound by itself. Note that this is not as post-effect as on many virtual organs.

Modartt, the producers of the award-winning physically modelled software instrument Pianoteq, has spent the last three years developing the very first virtual organ instrument based on a physical model that reproduces the "heart" of the complex flue and reed pipes physics: the interaction between the vibration of the air in the pipe and the "exciter" (air jet striking the labium for flue pipes, beating reed for reed pipes). The aim was to produce a more vivid and effective music instrument than the current state-of-the-art.

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