Speakers are often the weak link in many people's audio systems. They are the final component that the audio signal passes through before it's released into the wild. Choosing the right speaker h...Read More
I have to admit that "pushing pistons" is one of my favorite things to do!Since I'm pretty much "self-taught", I do LOTS of things that many fine teachers would say are "wrong". Each musician mu...Read More
The Most Common Question
The most common, question people ask is "can I use my computer's own sound card?". The answer is "it all depends".
The problem with most on-board sound cards is ...
Multi channel audio is consistently one of the most confusing elements to setting up a Hauptwerk instrument.
So, I thought I'd explain a few things and show a test case.
The great Church of St. Bavo, Haarlem, Holland.I think all organists will agree that the 1738 Christian Müller organ at the St. Bavo Church in Haarlem, Holland is one of the world's gr...Read More
I love the sound of an English cathedral organ! It is a unique and highly varied tonal palette that allows the performance of a large and diverse spectrum of musical styles. The great Engl...Read More
Once More Into the Breach... Sure. This is doable. There are some caveats and considerations. So, let's work though them so you can make an informed choice.Firstly, retrofitting a console is not going...Read More
Here at MIDIWorks, we've long been fans of the AKG k700 series of headphones; specifically, the K701, K702 and Q701 headphone models.
I had such a visceral reaction to the K701 the first time I...
This topic is one that comes up a lot. It's something that certainly can be done. It looks like it should be a pretty logical thing to do. However, it needs to be done for the ri...
Cymatic has an exciting new product for you in the Hauptwerk community who want to multi-channel. It's called the LP-16.
The LP-16 was originally designed for gigging musicians to be able to br...