PipeChat Digest #1379 - Sunday, May 7, 2000 Re: Computer and Organ Samples by <PatrickBRUSORIO@aol.com> Re: Computer and Organ Samples by "Hans-Dieter Karras" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Re: Computer and Organ Samples by <MickBerg@aol.com>
(back) Subject: Re: Computer and Organ Samples From: <PatrickBRUSORIO@aol.com> Date: Sat, 6 May 2000 09:11:45 EDT Mike Actually, the 16 channels limitation come from the Keykit programmation langage. The Keykit environnement cannot work with several output ports = open at the same time. Did you success working on more than 16 channels ? Patrick Brusorio
(back) Subject: Re: Computer and Organ Samples From: "Hans-Dieter Karras" <email@example.com> Date: Sat, 6 May 2000 16:10:50 +0200 Hi Patrick, this is very interesting for me. I'm shure, that your work will be very helpful for any "not historic" organists. I'm Titular of St.Ulrici Lutheran Church in Barunschweig and people of Gaston Litaize and Jean Gillou. I'm very interested to test your work and maybe, to translate the manual into german. Also i make a little advise about your work in a magazine for = computerorgans (OKEY!). Please let me know more about your work. My best regards, Hans ________________________________ Hans-Dieter Karras Concertorganist/Composer Music Director St.Ulrici Lutheran Church Braunschweig Alter Zeughof 2 D-38100 Braunschweig Germany Phone: +49-531-17280 / 17290 Fax: +49-531-16906 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: http://www.hdkarras.de ________________________________ ----- Original Message ----- From: <PatrickBRUSORIO@aol.com> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Friday, May 05, 2000 9:06 PM Subject: Re: Computer and Organ Samples > Hi, > > I have realized a program which is emulating a pipe organ console. > I expect to distribute it freely on the web in a few months. > This program is developped with the "KeyKit" language on PC and has all > capabilities of organ consoles : 75 stops, coupling, memories..... > With this program I have the possibility to play "live" on 2 keyboards = and a > home made Midi pedalboard or to play midi files with a sequecing = program. > The only limitation is due to the 16 midi channels available on the > soundcards but it's not a real musical limitation. > I'm using a Sound blaster "Live" with a soundfont bank based on the "Jeux1" > soundfont of John W. McCoy and samples I recorded from our church pipe organ. > > Today the documentation is only in french, and I'm looking for few = peoples > who wanted to test it. > > Patrick Brusorio > Strasbourg, France > > > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > Administration: mailto:email@example.com > Subscribe/Unsubscribe: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >
(back) Subject: Re: Computer and Organ Samples From: <MickBerg@aol.com> Date: Sat, 6 May 2000 23:21:20 EDT To all you folks out there doing PC Pipe organ projects; Why is it than whenever you think you have come up with a good original = idea, you find that hundreds of other people have come up with the same idea at = the same time?! :-) For my organ project, I am using a program called Building Blocks. It is a = graphical interface, but it works well and needs no programming. I don't = know "C", and therefore I can't use Keykit. A demo of the program is available on the Aureality website. Building Blocks is very versatile, and it's a lot of fun to use. So far it = has been capable of anything I have wanted it to do. And tons more = besides. It still has a few small bugs, but these are being fixed very responsibly = by the program's creator, Mr. Paul Swennenhuis. Special note to Patrick Brusorio; You can have as many output ports as you like with Building Blocks. And as = many input ports as you like. I know this sounds like a blatant commercial, but I like the program very much and recommend it highly. It costs about $60.00 Mick Berg.