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Milan Digital Audio €? 1680 St. Peter And Paul Schnitger (HAUPTWERK)

Milan Digital Audio 1680 St. Peter and Paul Schnitger (HAUPTWERK)

If you are looking for a virtual instrument that can reproduce the sound and feel of a historic pipe organ, you might be interested in the 1680 St. Peter and Paul Schnitger by Milan Digital Audio. This is a sample-based instrument that uses the Hauptwerk software to recreate the organ located in Cappel, Germany, which is considered by experts to be the most well preserved and best sounding Arp Schnitger organ in the world today.


The organ was built in 1680 by Arp Schnitger, one of the most famous and influential organ builders of the Baroque era. It has three manuals and pedal, with 30 stops and over 1300 pipes. The organ is built in the North German style, which features a large and powerful principal chorus, a rich variety of reed stops, and a plenum that can fill the church with sound. The organ is ideal for playing larger baroque works, including those of Bach, Lubeck and Buxtehude as well as works from the Renaissance period.

The 1680 St. Peter and Paul Schnitger by Milan Digital Audio is a faithful reproduction of the original organ, using high-quality 24-bit 48 kHz stereo audio samples that capture the nuances and details of each pipe. The instrument also includes the original church acoustics, which can be adjusted to suit your preference. You can also hear the authentic mechanical noises of the organ, such as the wind system, the key action, and the Zimbelstern (a bell-like effect). The instrument also features a photo-realistic virtual console that displays the stop names, couplers, and combination system.

The instrument is compatible with any AU or VST host, such as Logic Pro, Cubase, Reaper, or Hauptwerk's own standalone application. You can play the instrument using any MIDI keyboard or controller, or use the mouse to click on the virtual keys. You can also adjust various settings, such as the tuning, temperament, wind pressure, volume, and reverb. The instrument comes with several presets that allow you to quickly access different registrations for different styles of music.

If you want to experience the beauty and power of a historic pipe organ in your own home or studio, you can purchase the 1680 St. Peter and Paul Schnitger by Milan Digital Audio from their website. The instrument costs $199 USD and requires Hauptwerk version 4 or higher to run. You can also listen to some audio demos of the instrument on their website or on YouTube. You will be amazed by the realism and quality of this virtual instrument.


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