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 Original & Composit sample sets

    Venetian Baroque Organ replica from Farkasret (Budapest)

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    Recorded Farkasret

     (surround native version, Hauptwerk v5.0 with 1.5-3.8 s convolution reverb)

    HW4 or HW5

    Galuppi Sonate in D - HW4 with embedded arteficial reverb

    Galuppi Sonate in D - HW5 with 3.8 s convolution reverb

    Martini Air Variations in C - HW4 with embedded arteficial reverb

    Martini Air Variations in C - HW5 with 3.8 s convolution reverb

    Farkasret sample is quite dry. This is not a problem for HW5 users as they can add any convolution reverb to the sample. There is no such option in HW4. So I created an embedded arteficial reverb version alongside the native version. The audio demo versions compares HW5 and HW4 versions. In the HW5 version we used the native sample with a 3.8 s convolution reverb. In the HW4 version we used the embedded arteficial reverb version. Of course, HW4 users can also use the native version if they like very dry sound. (Playing Jean-Pierre Sylvestre)