Controls of the virtual pipe organ
The organ at the R.C. St. Imre of Pusztaszabolcs has one console, and has fully mechanical action.
The organ controls are organized into so-called “Pages” in Hauptwerk™ 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.
||Description / Type
||What is it for?
||Overview of the organ console.
||Check, control, observe and demonstrate everything on one screen, including drawbar stop, keyboard and pedal movements.
||All drawbar knobs on one page. Historical view.
||For systems with a single touch display screen, this page allows you to control all stops from a single page.
||Left drawbar stops.
||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.
||Right drawbar stops.
||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.
||All drawbar knobs on one page. Extended view.
||This page is similar to the Center page, but the stops are reorganized for more convenience and the additional buttons are permanently visible allowing you to use these features in the Historical Mode as well.
||Advanced controls such as the Mode selection, the Compass selection and the Wind Stability control.
Note: To respect the historical look of the organ console, additional console features, left and right pages – such as the tracker, the engine or the combination action buttons – are visible only when the Extended Mode is activated.
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