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Free Download [UPD] Hauptwerk Organ Samples



A little list of the best free hauptwerk sample sets based on various features, characteristics and overall quality (IMO). These sets require no prior purchase of any kind and are entirely free. Click on the sample names to be taken to their web pages.




Free Download Hauptwerk Organ Samples



Pipeloops offers full demos of all of their organs with periodic muting, meaning you can test the entire organ before buying, an extremely generous act. They also provide completely free sets like the Fuhrer organ with a limited number of stops.


Not only is this organ one of the most popular sample sets available (see contrebombarde statistics), it is also available in a demo that can be used by itself very usefully, and the extensions made by some (Al Morse) makes this instrument even more versatile and great knowing that it is free.


Kolozsvar Pipe Organ Samples is published in two different editions: the Personal and Professional Edition. A freely downloadable Trial Edition, equivalent to the Personal Edition with a time restriction is is also available. For a more detailed comparison of the Editions, please click on the Editions icon above.


Kolozsvar Pipe Organ Samples is published in 2 different editions: the Personal and Professional Editions. The main difference between them is that the Professional Edition contains surround samples and adjustable acoustic features offering the possibility to virtually move your listening position further back to the church or closer to the organ. The table below shows a comparison of the different editions.


The Jörgensen Tribute organ samples set is free to download and test. If you find the Sample set useful, a donation to help pay for equipment, further development, and web presence is appreciated. The suggested donation amount is US$50.


for use with Hauptwerk softwareFriesach Extended Organ: This is a complete 68 Stop, three (or four) manual modern organ based on a real instrument in Friesach, Austria. The original samples were recorded and processed by Piotr Grabowski in Poland. Piotr offers an excellent free 44 stop sample set which is faithful to the actual organ. This extended version manipulates his original samples in order to form a larger, more versatile instrument. It is a standard, AGO compliant, three manual virtual organ with Pedal, Swell, Great, and Choir divisions as well as the original Solo division which can be played from any other manual. There are three stop screens: a combined screen, as well as left and right versions.Note: The Carillon stop borrows samples from the Ghent Belfry Carillon sample set. The Ghent Belfry set must be installed before loading the version 2 of FriesachExtend. It can be downloaded below.Click the icons below to view the layouts of the three stop screens:(Extensions are circled on the the first illustration)


Pitea School of Music Organ: This is a complete 41 Stop, three manual modern organ which is located at a University in Sweden. The original samples were recorded in Hauptwerk-1 format by Lars Palo. He intended them to be used for open source organ software which did not support multiple releases. The original organ samples have less than 2 seconds reverberation time, but short releases still make a significant improvement to the overall sound. Various tweaks and corrections have been applied to the sustain samples as originally obtained.There are now three versions of this organ for Hauptwerk: Original 41 Stops, Extended 48 Stops, Extended 48 Stop Surround Sound. All versions of the sample set contain two levels of short releases and require Hauptwerk-4 to load. The latest Extended and Surround Sound versions also include a programmable, reversible sFz button.Click the three icons to view the layouts of the three versions:


Pitea Surround Sound Organ: The Surround version of the Pitea organ is a complete organ sample set and contains all the stop extensions. The rear Surround Sound ranks add noticably more reverberation to the overall organ sound, but the organ remains quite crisp with a lot of "presence".The complete extended surround sound installation file is about 1.2 GB. About 4.2GB of RAM is required to load both the front and rear ranks.Here is an audio sample with the front and surround ranks mixed.It is a Bach Chorale from page 88 on Clarence Dickenson's organ book. Ah What Shall I Poor Sinner Do?And Handel's Silent Worship (Did you not hear my lady?) with the vocal part soloed. Silent Worship, HandelHere is he download for the Pitea Surround sample set:PiteaSurround


French Harmonium: This organ is a fabrication composite based on free samples I found at various places on the internet. It is an attempt to simulate a 19th century Debain French harmonium. The stops bear little resemblance to the the original samples which were only used as "seeds" for the digital fabrication of new ranks by translation, filtering, and various revoicing tricks. I made this composite organ before there were properly made harmonium sample sets available. It is certainly inferior to the two commercial sample sets that have recently become available. But- it is free for anyone who wants to play with it. I have left the OrganID with it's CODM number since I don't think it warrants a unique, legal OrganID number. It therefore installs as organ 800694 and will interfere with any CODM organ that you may have assigned to that number. Click on this icon to see the organ layout:


Diagnostic Tools: I sometimes need a pure sinewave stop to evaluate my audio system.When a pure sinewave stop is loaded into a CODM organ you can quickly sort out the frequency response of your audio system as well as locate any gross peaks or valleys due to the audio system or the room acoustics.I have two ranks of pure sinewaves: "Sine16", a 61 note rank at 16 foot pitch that can be used as a stop on a manual keyboard, and "Sine32", a 32 note rank at 32 foot pitch for use with the pedals.These diagnostic ranks are available for download as RAR files.


Bach-organ in the Dreieinigkeitskirche Regensburg (Germany) This wonderful organ is now available for download. This sample set is only available for Hauptwerk version 5 and higher and it is protected by an iLok licence. Hence you need to obtain a licence in order to install and run it. You will get an activation key for the full licence via E-Mail following your purchase of the sample set. An activation key for a 14 day trial of the full set is available from us free of charge. You can ask for the key via mail or via our Request trial activation code form.


The sample set is distributed via download only. The download consists of 3 files, which together form a single split archive. Please make sure all files are downloaded and located in the same folder on your drive, then select the file ...part01.rar from HW's organ install menu, HW will then install the entire set in one go. Here are the links for the download: part 1, part 2, part 3.


Baumeister organ in the monastery church in Maihingen (Germany)Hier you can download the free trial version of this very unique baroque sample set. The trial version contains the full sample set, the only limitation is a periodic muting when more than 6 stops are drawn. The sample set is available for Hauptwerk version 4.2 and above. Please note that there are separate versions for Hauptwerk up to version 4.2 and for versions 5 and beyond.


Walcker Organ in the St. Antonius church in Papenburg This magnificent organ is now available for download. This sample set is only available for Hauptwerk version 5 and higher and it is protected by an iLok licence. Hence you need to obtain a licence in order to install and run it. You will get an activation key for the full licence via E-Mail following your purchase of the sample set. An activation key for a 14 day trial of the full set is available from us free of charge. You can ask for the key via mail or via our Request trial activation code form.


The sample set is distributed via download only. The download consists of 10 files, which together form a single split archive. Please make sure all files are downloaded and located in the same folder on your drive, then select the file ...part01.rar from HW's organ install menu, HW will then install the entire set in one go. Here are the links for the download: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10.


Collon Organ in the Erlöserkirche in Münster The Hauptwerk download file for HW 4.x contains the free trial version. In this version the sound is muted periodically when more than three stops are drawn at the same time. Starting from version V of Hauptwerk there is no separate trial version available any more for this set, the set can only be used with an activated licence and the download contains the full version. You can get a free activation code for a 14-day trial period from us on request. When you purchase the sample set you will get an activation code for the full licence. There is no need to reinstall anything to change from the trial to the full version.


Patch (1.1) to fix the issues mentioned above: The fix contains three updated samples as well as a correct short octave mapping. Please note that users of the HW4 version will need to redownload the licenced ODF file to get the short octave fix!Download patch for Hauptwerk 4.x Download patch for Hauptwerk V


Weigle Organ in the evang. Stadtkirche Nagold (Germany) This sample set consists of several files. To install the set in Hauptwerk 4.x please select the file ...CompPkg.Hauptwerk.rar, Hauptwerk will then detect and load the other files automatically. In HW 5 and higher please select the file ...part1.CompPkg_Hauptwerk_rar. The files that can be downloaded from this page contain the free trial version. In this version the sound is muted periodically when more than seven stops are drawn at the same time.Please note that the sample set has been updated to version 1.1. on May 26th 2020. In case you downloaded before that date, please download the updated files to obtain the fixes. Download Links for Hauptwerk 4.x: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5. Download Links for Hauptwerk V: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5.


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