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Expansive Pipe Organ Sample Library
O: Forbes Pipe Organ is an extremely powerful library that captures the heart and soul of a classic pipe organ, but also allows you to create dazzling designed sounds. With more than 16,000 samples captured, a powerful interface for combining and layering sounds, and onboard tools for FX processing and sound design, this instrument will help you achieve amazing results with ease.
Very few composers and producers know how to approach a traditional pipe organ, and unless you are a professional organist, there is very little opportunity to learn. In developing this library, we sat with the in-house organist for the Harold Miossi Hall Performing Arts Center in San Luis Obispo who put together a list of pipe combinations that are most commonly used during organ performances. You won’t need to go through the guesswork or years of education required to get great pipe organ sound. We have included these combinations as the first page of Presets to make sure every user of this library is set to go right out of the box.
O also includes a powerful custom GUI that allows you to combine layers of organ samples within sections, adjust levels of individual layers, and apply FX to different sections to create beautiful custom pipe organ sounds. You can then easily save and recall them in the 30 available user-preset slots.
This library contains 150 presets, taking all the hassle out of building traditional combinations of sections and pipes, as well as modern designed sounds.
Use the onboard FX processing to further modify your sound. Control the FX for different sections independently, or use the master function to apply FX to all sections simultaneously. Use Send FX for extended sound design functions and FX routing, change the sample ADSR, or use the short notes mode to get even more variety.
Control everything using simple tools at your fingertips, and explore a tremendous world of organ potential!
Layers - O: Forbes Pipe Organ is divided into 4 sections: Swell, Positive, Great, and Pedal (plus the 32' Contra). Each section contains a number of layers, consisting of samples of one or more pipes. In organ terminology, layers would be called "registrations." O lets you combine multiple layers within the same section and adjust the levels as you see fit. This provides customization of your organ sound with full flexibility and control, allowing all layers to interact with each other in beautiful, and previously impossible, ways.
Presets - O: Forbes Pipe Organ contains 150 presets, using different combinations of layers, sections, and FX. The user can also create their own presets, or customize any existing preset and save their changes in the 30 available user-preset slots located on the last presets page.
Sound Design - O breaks past the boundaries of a traditional pipe organ and provides a set of tools for manipulating the samples into textures, pads, and other sound design elements. The section FX and send FX to include a variety of processing options. In addition to practical tools like EQ, compression, and reverb, we also have stomp FX, delay, transient shaping, and filter. For the send FX, there is even more fun to be had with the flanger, phaser, and chorus as well as a second delay and reverb for post-section FX options.
Layout - O allows for flexibility in the pedal section depending on your MIDI keyboard controller size and preferred mapping. On a true organ, the pedal section is controlled by pedals played with the feet, rather than as part of the standard keyboard. This organ library allows you to adjust the mapped octave for this section, as well as the crossover range between the pedal and keys sections on your keyboard.
Utility - To maximize the functionality of O, users can take advantage of the utility features included. These features are the room tone control, mic mix controls, sample start adjustment, and MIDI routing toggle.
Harold Miossi Hall, Performing Arts Center San Luis Obispo is home to a magnificent pipe organ built on the same grand scale as the instruments that grace cathedrals and concert halls in the world’s largest cities.
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