Augustine of Augustine's Virtual Organs (http://grandorgue-hauptwerk.vacau.com
) sent me a copy of the new sample set he is working on to test. I really like it - the sounds it can make, especially the full organ is wonderful, and quiet stops like the Celeste + Krummhorn are very suitable for romantic music.
This piece couples together all the manuals and showcases the mixtures. The pedal is full and shows the reed stop Sordun 16 (a regal type reed). This setting of the chorale sounds just the same as any other Pachelbel piece of this type.... Think of *insert choral here* in the pedal over a standard set of 16th notes in the right and left hand alternating.
These are Augustine's words about the organ:
"The organ was built by the Rieger organ factory in 1941.The organ is three-manual and 30-register.The organ was designed by Joseph Geyer. His main ambition was alloying the romantic and baroque instruments.
The links of the screenshots:
The storage requirement of the organ is small. 16 bit: 3 GB, 24 bit: 5 GB
It is the stereo-mix version. I will prepare 6-channel surround version too, but this is about two months of work"
Well worth checking this organ out when it comes out!