The Vienna Symphonic Library has announced the release of a virtual representation of a historic salon organ recorded on Stage A of Synchron Stage Vienna.
Synchron Molzer Organ comes with Vienna’s proprietary sample engine and a user interface tailor-made for organ playing, the Vienna Organ Player.
It is the first time that a historic salon organ was sampled on a scoring stage, enabling it to blend seamlessly with small or large orchestras playing in the same room. Though much smaller than a typical pipe organ, the venerable salon organ is no less blessed with a range of dynamics and colors, capable of both majestic fanfares and quiet reflections.
The exceptional acoustics of Synchron Stage’s large hall lend a special transparency to the organ, making it suitable for a variety of styles, from intimate chamber music to large orchestral works and to church music. Using the Synchron Organ Player’s plentiful mixer presets, it can also be used as a solo instrument in all kinds of acoustic environments.
Synchron Molzer Organ features
- Multiple microphone positions.
- Multi-timbral Vienna Organ Player.
- Easy manageable manuals and pedal.
- Perfect overview with three main tabs.
- Tremulant and wwell options.
- Masterfully crafted mixer presets.
The instrument library is available for Windows and Mac (VST/VST3, AU and AAX) at an introductory price of $82 USD for the Standard Library (regular $104 USD), and $158 USD for the Full Library (regular $191 USD). The difference between the Standard Library and the Full Library is the number of available microphone positions.