Suggested donation of $22.00 for this customized package. Feel free to pay more.
Note that it is the default Hauptwerk 3 setup (don't confuse it with the other Bach package I have created).
Licensed users of the Bosch-Schnitger sampleset will be able to use the registrations I used and
alter them. All others will be able to create their own registrations on different instruments.
These files are set to the default Hauptwerk 3 MIDI channels Pedal=1 Great=2 Swell=3 Choir=4 Solo=5 Echo=6 Generals and Utilities=7. In addition I used CH9 for tempo changes. The Combinations in ForOrgan000227.rar should be expanded in a temporary folder and added manually to the folder C:\Hauptwerk\HauptwerkUserData\Combinations\OrganID000227\ Do a backup first so as not to erase combinations you may have created with the same name. To alter the registration, stop the MIDI file, turn on Combination Capture CTL-; change stops; go to current frame CTL-down arrow key; turn off capture CTL-' and proceed playing the MIDI. Save the new combination file under a different name. If your MIDI player has a tempo control,(I use van Basco Karaoke player to play slower or faster) you can adjust tempo to different rooms, samplesets, and your own taste. While you're playing back a piece, say BWV529, the Trio Sonata in C Major, try exploring different temperaments, which you can do as it is playing. Note that some change pitch dramatically (anything with "Roetha" in front of it). If you like to use shortcut keys a lot as I do, and maybe make typing misteaks as much as I do, it might be well to familiarize yourself with the effects they can have. Click any of the tabs at the top and a list will pop up. Moving the mouse over any other tab to see other shortcut keys. Clicking on your keyboard's ESC key will make it go away. You can check the status of some of them by looking at the bottom cells. In addition to Current Frame, you can see the Transposer, Tuner, Temperament, Recorder, and Capture statuses. Any two manual and pedal organ will play these files, but you will have to create the registrations yourself. Usually they just use Banks 1 through 8, but sometimnes frames are used when the number exceeds 8. BTW the Bank are groupings of 64 Frames. You will see the numbers 1 - 65 - 129 etc. in the lower left part of the window when you push CTL-1, CTL-2, CTL-3 etc. Pushing CTL-cursor right advances 1 frame, CTL-cursor left decreases 1 frame. My suggestion is that you create a new registration file in your (2-manual) sampleset of choice, add stops that you will be able to hear on each of the eight banks, play the MIDI file, change registrations according to your grand plan. If the organ drops out, usually at the end, you will see that a new frame has been accessed. Stop the MIDI file and make adjustments. It will probably be based on the frame that precedes it. In a very few cases. two frames or banks are accessed quickly so that, for example, a pedal reed can be added or a manual that is not playing can be augmented or decreased in preparation for a manual change. Save the results to a new combination file. I very seldom used couplers in these files because of the "upside down" intermanual coupler. If playing back on an organ with just one pedal stop or requiring intermanual or super-couplers to augment brightness, you may be forced to new levels of creativity.TRACK_NAME MIDI FILE Symphonia to Cantata 49 (unregistered) BWV049.mid Symphonia to Cantata 49 BWV049a.mid Ehre sei dir Christe, der du leidest Not BWV1097.mid Trio Sonata No. 3 BWV527.mid Trio Sonata No. 5 BWV529.mid Prelude & Fugue in E minor BWV533.mid Prelude and Fugue in G minor BWV535.mid Fantasy and Fugue in C minor BWV537.mid Toccata & Fugue in F BWV540.mid Fantasia and Fugue in G minor BWV542.mid Prelude and Fugue in B minor BWV544.mid Prelude and Fugue in C Major BWV545.mid Prelude and Fugue in C Major BWV547.mid Prelude and Fugue ("Wedge") in E minor BWV548.mid Prelude and Fugue in G Major BWV550.mid Prelude & Fugue ("St. Anne") in Eb Major BWV552.mid Fantasy with Imitation in B minor BWV563.mid Fugue in G Major "Gigue" BWV577.mid Fugue in B minor on a Theme of Corelli BWV579.mid Trio in D minor BWV583.mid Allabreve in D Major BWV589.mid Concerto in C Major after Vivaldi BWV594.mid Concerto in D minor (after Vivaldi) BWV596.mid Das Alte Jahr Vergangen Ist BWV614.mid Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend' BWV632.mid Durch Adams Fall ist ganz verderbt BWV637.mid Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ BWV649.mid Komm, heiliger Geist BWV651.mid Nun komm der Heiden Heiland BWV661.mid Allein Gott in der Höh BWV662.mid Jesus Christus, unser Heiland BWV665.mid Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist BWV671.mid Jesus Christus, unser Heiland BWV688.mid Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend BWV709.mid Herzlich thut mich verlangen BWV727.mid Valet will ich dir geben BWV735.mid Valet will ich dir geben BWV736.mid Ach, was ist doch unser Leben BWV743.mid Vater unser im Himmelreich BWV762.mid Concerto in C Major BWV976.mid Concerto in C Major BWV977.mid Concerto in G Major BWV980.mid Concerto in D minor BWV987.mid Be careful using the Tremulant with St. Anne's, Moseley - registration frames don't store its state, only Swell Divisionals and the General Cancel do. Also, any button that makes a tiny red light to the left of it won't be affected by either the registration sequencer or the General Cancel. If you are very familiar with this instrument's stops, couplers and divisionals, try calling up the left jamb or right jamb. Things are easier to read there, On the right jamb is a way of controlling which divisions are affected by the crescendo pedal. CR SW, CR GT CR PD. None of my files use the crescendo pedal. I am not picking out St. Anne's unfairly, every sampleset will have its little peculiarities. That's part of registration triage for organists on concert tours and in a way reregistering a MIDI file makes you a visiting organist.