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Noiiz Leeds Town Hall Organ FOR Noiiz Player screenshot
FANTASTiC | 14 May 2018 | 1.91 GB
The Leeds Town Hall Organ is a stunning reincarnation of a beautiful, historic organ that resides in the town hall of the City of Leeds, UK. Captured with a super wide stereo image, you can almost hear the room breathing as the huge tones swirl and interact around the hall.

The instrument features 6 sounds crafted by Dr Simon Lindley, the hall's resident organist, each with a wildly different timbre, from deep and brooding to shocking and dramatic. Try layering with strings and synths to create an extraordinarily deep sound, or use on its own for earth shattering solos.

The original instrument towers over 50 feet high, with ladders and platforms over multiple floors that enable you to climb up inside the instrument and view its internal steel pipes. Hydraulic engines fill the pipes with air, which resonates through the steel tubes and is blasted out through the hall.

The software instrument simply aims to serve the colossal sound created by the original organ and bring this incredible instrument to the people of Noiiz.

Key Features...

•Multi-sampled Leeds Town Hall Organ instrument
•Extensive velocity and round robin layers for ultra-realistic sound
•7 Octaves sampled + additional notes resampled across entire keyboard range
•Pitch, filter, drive, delay & reverb for quick effects

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What? Only 6 sounds used 1.91 GB.

They say: "Extensive velocity and round robin layers for ultra-realistic sound"
But, no pipe organ sample needs any other velocity, is not a flute in which the blow of the performer can change drastically, since the amount of air in the pipe organs tubes is always the same until the pedal is used to pump up just a bit the volume, so everything is controlled on the expression pedal or Midi CC11.

The worst of this is the 'round robin'. What's it means: "ultra-realistic sound", which is totally unnecessary for this specific instrument, which is why it came to absurd and useless 1.91 GB.
We are talking about an instrument in which almost all the repertoire comes from the baroque era, therefore, the fast repetition of notes did not happen, due to the mechanism of these instruments, and the delay of the sound in the organ would entangle the repetition in the own natural church reverberation.
But, already in Hammond organs , to avoid the 'machine gun effect', the round robin is necessary for fast and frequent repetitions of the organists, because digital can't reproduce the mechanical sound of Hammond repetitions, as well as the glissando that always get a bit artificial.

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