GO-ODF für das Billerbeck Demo Semidry Sample Set von Sonus Paradisi 1.1.0

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Odf für GrandOrgue für dem (Hauptwerk) Billerbeck Demo Sample Set von Sonus Paradisi der Fleiter Orgel in der St.Ludgerus Dom in Billerbeck. Die grafische Benutzeroberfläche ist für eine Bildschirmauflösung von 1280x800 Pixel optimiert.

Dieser Odf für GrandOrgue kann mit dem (Hauptwerk) Billerbeck Demo Sample Set von Sonus Paradisi der Fleiter Orgel in der St.Ludgerus Dom in Billerbeck verwendet werden. Es kann von der Website von Sonus Paradisi heruntergeladen werden. Dieser Odf verwendet die (Semi) Dry-samples. Nach dem Herunterladen des .RAR-Pakets können die Orgelinstallationspakete daraus extrahiert werden. Dies sind die Ordner 002283 und 002286. Der Ordner 002283 enthält die sechs Kanäle für die Surround-Version. Der Ordner 002286 enthält die Dateien für die Demi-Dry-Version. Dieser Odf benötigt die Ordner 002286 in ihrer Gesamtheit. Es wird nur der HTML-Unterordner des Ordners 002283 verwendet.

  • 30 Register
  • Aufgezeichnete Tremulanzien auf Schwellwerk und Rückpositiv.
  • Speicherbedarf:
    • 16 GB RAM reichen aus, um die Orgel in 24 Bit ohne Komprimierung zu laden
    • 8 GB RAM reichen aus, um die Orgel mit Komprimierung in 16 Bit zu laden
  • Version 1.1.0

    Die 8-Fuß-Pfeifen des Schwellwerks werden in Version 1 als 4-Fuß-Pfeifen gespielt und so weiter ...

    Fehlerbehebung: Alle Schwell-Pfeifen sind im 3. Manual eine Oktave nach rechts verschoben. (Die überzähligen Pfeifen sind jetzt "Super";))

  • Version 1.0.0

  • Excuse me for writing in English. I used to be able to write in German, but I have almost forgotten everything.

    Thank you for this work. It looks great. I'm a little confused about the manual compass of this instrument. It seems that Schwellwerk is shifted up one octave. Is this by design?

    Also, why don't you use Rank objects in your ODF?

    • English is fine for me. I am Dutch and I am afraid that my German is worse than my English.

      You're right. It is not by design but it is a bug in the Odf. The Schwellwerk registers have more pipes and samples (73/68) than the number of keys on the manual (61) which I assume is related to the use of Sub- and Super couplings. In the sample set, the registers with 73 pipes start at 024-C.wav, while the Vox Coelestis (with 68 tubes) starts at 029-F.wav.

      When making the Odf, I assumed that the first key of the manual should correspond to the 036-C.wav as usual, so that the extra pipes should be on the "Sub" side. But that turns out to be wrong. They are apparently meant for the "super" side. I checked it with the Hauptwerk version. This shows that I should link the 024-C.wav with the first key and for the Vox Coelestis the 029-F.wav with the first F-key.

      I will change the Odf and upload a new version to the filebase.

      My Odf production is learning by doing. Untill now I have not considered the use of Rank objects but if I will if that could enhance the quality of the Odf or simplify the production. If you have concrete suggestions you are welcome.

      Kind regards,


    • Thanks, Bas. I was building an ODF for this, and I had the same problem with the Schwellwerk. I'm waiting for your ODF, because it looks nicer than mine. I'm also using the front samples, rather than the semi dry.

      One reason to use ranks is that it makes it easier to modify or extend a sampleset. For instance, if I want to make a composed Cornet stop V, if all of the stops are in ranks, then I can create a stop that refers to all five of the ranks I want to compose the Cornet with.

      I was also thinking of experimenting with mixing various channels by creating a couple of different ODFs which will mix various channels by loading them as ranks and them referring to them with one stop. This will be much easier if the samples are loaded in ranks.

      Thanks for your work,


    • Hi Tom ,.

      I have uploaded the new version as you will have seen.

      I now understand your comment about using ranks. In this Odf I also used ranks but only for the Schwellwerk and the Rugpositiv. They have tremulant samples that I had to import as separate ranks via Vincent's Organbuilder program, but in the Grandorgue system I then had to merge them into one rank again with the main samples.

      As for mixing different channels. This is can also be done in one Odf with the channels to be mixed in separate enclosures. See my “GO-ODF Bergen op Zoom Surrond” (available in the Filebase).

      Be aware that one of our forum members (Sjoerd) has undertaken to create an Odf for the full version of Billerbeck!

      Kind regards,