“It sounds fantastic! … well done – a very true likeness!”
The Henry Willis organ in Salisbury Cathedral is one of the finest examples of organ building in England from any period in history and is now available for organists to play, virtually anywhere.
Available in three volumes, the symphonic instrument adapts to nearly all styles of organ music and is a perfect match for improvisations and orchestral transcriptions in addition to English and French romantic music.
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- Includes nearly 11,000 audio samples.
- Original Sampled Tremulants – OST™.
- 24-bit 48 kHz HD stereo audio resolution.
- Original cathedral acoustics up to 5 seconds.
- Multiple release samples with up to 4 releases per note.
- Accurately reproduced mechanical noises.
- Original tuning with alternate temperament & tuning options.
- Includes world’s oldest medieval clock bell samples.
- Compatible with AU & VST hosts.
- Seamless integration with Hauptwerk sequencer.
- Up to 8 seamless loops per note.
- Portrait & landscape virtual console displays.
- Authentic coupling relay.
- Authentic combination & capture system.
- Fully modeled expression pedals.
- Fully modeled wind system.
VOLUME 1: 24 STOPS
Choir (couplers only)
VOLUME 2: 48 STOPS
VOLUME 3: 65 STOPS
The Salisbury Willis virtual instrument features interactive on-screen graphical controls. Animated stops, couplers, foot levers, and pistons are all accessible via MIDI input or by touch screen. Volumes 2 and 3 include high definition graphics with left and right jamb displays in portrait and landscape modes allowing organists to perform using the original stop jamb layout.
|Console displays include:
1. Volume 1 includes the Full View display only. Stops not included in volumes 1 & 2 appear as blank draw knobs. 2. Volumes 2 & 3 feature left and right views for landscape and portrait monitor orientations. Dual display feature requires Hauptwerk Advanced Edition and dual monitor video card. Touch screens not included.