Controls of the virtual pipe organ
The console and the controls of the virtual organ are slightly different from the original instrument. These are very minor modifications, made with the aim of achieving better and more convenient control and playability.
The organ controls are organized into so-called “Pages” in the Hauptwerk™ program, to allow convenient operation. Each page of this virtual instrument plays a different role, and allows you to control and monitor the organ’s numerous features in a convenient way. The following table summarizes the contents of each page.
||What is it for?
||Overview of the organ console.
||Check, control, observe and demonstrate everything on one screen, including keyboard, pedal, swell box and crescendo wheel movements.
||Organ console: all control elements except keys on one single page, modified for convenient control.
||For systems with a single touch display screen, this page allows you to control all stops, combination action and miscellaneous functions
||Organ console: stops of the left side, close-up, modified for convenient control.
||For systems with two individual touch screens, you can place this screen to the left of the keyboard, to control the left bank of stops, just as on the real instrument.
||Organ console: stops of the right side, close-up, modified for convenient control.
||For systems with two individual touch screens, you can place this second screen to the right of the keyboard, to control the right bank of stops, just as on the real instrument.
||These pages allow you to program the pipe organ’s crescendo wheel to any desired custom configuration.
||Keyboard mass control
||Virtual controls for the Keyboard Mass™ functionality allowing to change the response and inertia of the keyboards.
Keyboard to manual assignment
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