Precisionsound Pulls Out All The Stops

Knutby Church Organ sampled in all combinations      04/03/11
Precisionsound Pulls Out All The Stops

Precisionsound has released Knutby Church Organ, a sampled recreation of the Knutby Church Organ built in 1995 by Johannes Menzel, based upon a previous Gustav Andersson organ from 1867. Here's what they have to say about it...
All pipes for each Stop combination were recorded with note and release tail, close miked. In postproduction some pipes were excluded, others retuned and the noisefloor of the fan system was removed from the recordings with the latest restoration tools. All notes have been seamlessly looped and the length of notes is long so in most circumstances you will never reach the loop points while playing.
The Knutby Church Organ contains:

  • 1502 stereo 24bit wav samples
  • 15 programs for HALion 1-3 and EXS24.
  • 24 programs for Kontakt 3 and 4 with KSP script and GUI
  • 15 programs for Kontakt 1 and 2
  • 5 Impulse response files that can be used in any IR reverb plug-in of your choice.
  • These IRs are also implemented in the Kontakt 3 & 4 scripted programs.

Pricing and Availability:
Knutby Church Organ costs $69 (+$11 if you want it on DVD) and all formats are included. More information:

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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Paul Turpin    Said...

link didn't seem to work for me - but his one does :

04-Mar-11 06:12 PM

Precisionsound    Said...

Yes the link is not right please correct it!

04-Mar-11 06:48 PM

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