Konzerthaus Organ from the Vienna Symphonic Library is a sample-based virtual instrument featuring the Rieger Organ recorded in the Great Hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus.
The stereo samples cover three manuals with thirty-eight single stops, and one pedal with eighteen single stops. User can put together their own registrations by combining stops. Also included are isolated samples of the valves of each register, as well as two minutes of room noise and the wind-chest idling, that can be added to taste.
The Vienna Instruments user interface is clearly arranged and includes pre-configured patches for immediate playability with no learning curve. The interface uses a powerful proprietary streaming audio engine that can load up to 3,456 articulations (patches) on one MIDI channel.
Load times are extremely low and sixty-four stereo voices per instance can stream from the hard disc. A RAM optimizing utility clears unused samples out of RAM. Users can easily create their own instruments, using "drag and drop" functionality, and the instrument provides the ability for velocity crossfades and release control to be switched on or off in real time.
Note: Software requires a ViennaKey USB protection device or similar if one is not already on the system.
- The Vienna Konzerthaus Organ collection delivers 14GB of stereo samples taken from the Rieger Organ in the Great Hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus
- Includes over 13,800 samples