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1969 Schantz Opus 918 ver2

Commissioned in 1969, Opus 918 was built for the 1100 seat chapel at Ozark Christian College for both leading worship and concert events. The 53 rank, five division organ with 3 manuals and pedals is a prime example of American organ building. An excellent recital instrument with 8 reeds, 4 mixtures and couplers.

Estey Style “T” reed

From an era over 100 years in the past, this 10 rank reed (pump) organ has lots of character, along with sampled tremulant ranks created with the fan tremolo.

Regal Chorus

Providing 35 reed voices for expanding the tonal resources of any organ with MIDI outputs. The samples were collected from nine well known American builders. The collection also includes chimes, glockenspiel, chystleglott, zimblestern and handbells.

1949 Moller 2/15

Built as a service instrument, this modest organ has a versital combination of stops that provides resources for a wide variety of music. With a principal chorus of 8’ 4’ and ii mixture on the great and a unit chorus of stopped flutes in the swell, there is ample variation for painting subtle and robust colors.

Schantz Chapel 2/23

Assembled from the samples created from Opus 918 the Chapel organ is not a restricted version but rather a very complete two manual instrument. With three 16’ ranks, three reed voices, and a four rank mixture, You have a big sound in a modest sized instrument.

1922 Kilgen & Sons 2/22

Esteemed as one of the finest organ builders in the United States, Kilgen delivered a silky sound quality that complements most music. This organ includes a complete flute chorus in the swell with 16’, 8’, 4’, 2 2/3’, 2’) without borrowing. The breathy 16’ Bourdon in the pedal adds both tone and energy to any combination.

Virtual Sample Sets for Hauptwerk

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Organ Expressions samples of pipe organs are captured by recording engineer (and organist) Gary Jordan using professional quality equipment. The microphone used for all organs, is a Neumann SM69 large diaphragm, vacuum tube, coincidental stereo unit, with variable pattern control. (Yes, it is a mouthful.) The recordings are processed in the studio of Jordan's Stormy Banks Productions using only professional equipment. Care has been taken to ensure the cleanest, most accurate and musical samples possible.
OrganExpressions                          “Helping You Sound Your Best”
© Copyright © 2009-2019 Jordan Media Enterprises LLC Organ Expressions
Organs

1969 Schantz Opus 918 ver2

Commissioned in 1969, Opus 918 was built for the 1100 seat chapel at Ozark Christian College for both leading worship and concert events. The 53 rank, five division organ with 3 manuals and pedals is a prime example of American organ building. An excellent recital instrument with 8 reeds, 4 mixtures and couplers.

Estey Style “T” reed

From an era over 100 years in the past, this 10 rank reed (pump) organ has lots of character, along with sampled tremulant ranks created with the fan tremolo.

Regal Chorus

Providing 35 reed voices for expanding the tonal resources of any organ with MIDI outputs. The samples were collected from nine well known American builders. The collection also includes chimes, glockenspiel, chystleglott, zimblestern and handbells.

1949 Moller 2/15

Built as a service instrument, this modest organ has a versital combination of stops that provides resources for a wide variety of music. With a principal chorus of 8’ 4’ and ii mixture on the great and a unit chorus of stopped flutes in the swell, there is ample variation for painting subtle and robust colors.

Schantz Chapel 2/23

Assembled from the samples created from Opus 918 the Chapel organ is not a restricted version but rather a very complete two manual instrument. With three 16’ ranks, three reed voices, and a four rank mixture, You have a big sound in a modest sized instrument.

1922 Kilgen 2/22

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Virtual Sample Sets for Hauptwerk

More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info More Info
Organ Expressions samples of pipe organs are captured by recording engineer (and organist) Gary Jordan using professional quality equipment. The microphone used for all organs, is a Neumann SM69 large diaphragm, vacuum tube, coincidental stereo unit, with variable pattern control. (Yes, it is a mouthful.) The recordings are processed in the studio of Jordan's Stormy Banks Productions using only professional equipment. Care has been taken to ensure the cleanest, most accurate and musical samples possible.