All samples were recorded in stereo at 24 Bit/48 kHz, for optimum realism with long, medium and short releases. Then they were modified with a specific denoising-algorithm to save their harmonics. The long notes contain up to 6 loops .
The compass of the manuals is extended to 61 keys, the pedal compass to 32 keys. This provides a wider range than the original compass (manuals 58 keys, pedal 30 keys).
The sound of the sample set was arranged in such a way that the organist would feel it at the console. All registers sound very clear, but they mix beautifully with each other. The positive, placed directly above the console, speaks very direct and relatively dry, the main organ and pedal, arranged to the left and right of it, sound a little more indirect and the swell, placed directly under the ceiling, already a little diffuse. The choir organ, which is located about 50 metres from the console, produces nice echo effects, but still blends excellently with the other voices.
This sampleset requires Hauptwerk 4 and higher. To load the organ with 24 Bit uncompressed, you need a computer with minimum 22 GB free RAM. Minimum Installation with 16 Bit compressed spends approximately 8 GB. But because of the higher noise level, I don’t recommend it.
The sample set is encrypted. You must request a dongle update from Milan Digital Audio to use the sample set.