In 2015, I made a sample of the Buckow-Rieger organ at St. Andrew's Church in Komárom. It is a large German romantic organ with strange, deep tones. The organ retained its original disposition for 200 years but was neglected. I was not satisfied with my work and I was constantly planning to improve it. Unfortunately, no new recording can be made because the condition of the organ has continued to deteriorate. But I took out the original recording and re-prepared the sound sample from the raw recording. The beta version of the six-channel surround model has just been released and will be available to everyone soon.
I think there is a quality difference between the 2015 version and the current version. To prove this, I created an audio demo of this Liszt work with the new surround version. I used Dominique Dantand's midi files that I made for the original recording.
The original 2015 recording can be heard here: http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/19422
Please compare it to this one.
Here are the screenshots. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oj4hc5zbsowegqa/AADn2qAMVNRXxuQGM85S1Bo3a?dl=0