PROSPECTUS Virtual Pipe Organ for HAUPTWERK - Basic Edition



PROSPECTUS Virtual Pipe Organ for HAUPTWERK - Basic Edition

Gottfried Silbermann (1683 - 1753) is the most prominent Central German organ builder in the baroque period. As Honorary Court and State Organ Builder to the King of Poland and Elector of Saxony he built approximately 45 instruments from one to three manuals. By using elements of French organ building he created a unique sound style.

The two manual organ of the Evangelische Stadtkirche Zöblitz in the Ore Mountains was built by Silbermann in 1742. Hence it belongs to his later works. With 20 stops it is a representative of an instrument type that he realized several times, for example in Freiberg, Fraureuth, Reinhardsgrimma and Forchheim. Thanks to a donation the organ could be carefully restored in 1997 so that nowadays it presents itself in an impressive manner. During the restoration it was also possible to uncover the original coloration of the facade.

The virtual Zöblitz organ is available in two versions: This is the 'Basic' (Standard) version. 

The two-channel standard version that is based on the original instrument with regard to range (49 manual and 25 pedal keys) and couplers (MA-PD and OW-MA).

Highlights of this virtual organ:

  • A carefully restored Gottfried Silbermann organ from 1742
  • Size: Two manuals + pedal, 20 stops
  • Range: Manuals from C to c'''/g''' (49/56 keys), pedal from C to c'/f' (25/30 keys)
  • Sample quality: 24bit/48kHz; processed with our MLP© system (detailed/transparent sound and an outstanding signal noise ratio)
  • Recorded with the natural reverb of the Stadtkirche (about 2s)
  • 4-channel premium version: 2 additional ambience channels
  • Separate release samples were recorded for short notes
  • Comes with action noises for all stops, keys etc. in MLP© quality
  • Comes with a separate tremulant sample for each pipe. These samples were processed with our TremulantTemplate© procedure
  • Comes with the current original temperament (kindly provided by Rühle Orgelbau)

PLEASE NOTE: You must have HAUPTWERK (Either Basic or Advanced) software for this software to work on your OAX instrument. You can find our Hauptwerk packages under our Software section.