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Theater Organ Sampleset / disposition with .sf2

Brian Sweetnam
Appart from the Christie, what other samplesets / dispositions are available
for jOrgan?



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Re: Theater Organ Sampleset / disposition with .sf2

Aaron Laws
As was said to me recently:

Yes… many wonderful things at Stratman Virtual Instruments:

 

http://stratmaninstruments.joomla.com/jorgan-disposition-packages



In Christ,
Aaron Laws


On Sun, Sep 30, 2018 at 2:15 AM Brian Sweetnam <[hidden email]> wrote:
Appart from the Christie, what other samplesets / dispositions are available
for jOrgan?



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Re: Theater Organ Sampleset / disposition with .sf2

John Reimer
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Brian Sweetnam wrote
> what other samplesets / dispositions are available
> for jOrgan?

Brian,

The Shared Dispositions page on the jOrgan Wiki is the normal place to find
what is available:
http://jorgan-home.de/mediawiki_en/index.php?title=Shared_Dispositions

The late Bruce Miles' website, although "lined through" in the list, is
still accessible, and contains three Theatre Organ dispositions (all
synthesized samples). And Graham Goode's site has a number, probably using
recorded samples.

John Reimer



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