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Virtual German-style Fair Organ
By Hans van Oost

Making a virtual organ is really fun.  I myself use a virtual fair
organ, German style, for several years already.  Playing back a
self-made arrangement gives a really good impression this way.  For
this purpose I use some samples (violin, accompaniment, cello, forte
mixture, trumpet etc.) that I load into a Turtle Beach Tropez sound
card.  

For Robbie (and others, if they like) I have included the wav-files 
I use.

Hans van Oost, Holland

 [ Thanks for sharing your files, Hans.  Jody has placed them at
 [
 [    http://mmd.foxtail.com/Sounds
 [
 [ Are there others who would like to contribute 'sound fonts'?  
 [ Can the Turtle Beach format be converted for SoundBlaster, etc.?
 [ -- Robbie
 

(Message sent Thu 8 Jan 1998, 22:29:10 GMT, from time zone GMT.)

Key Words in Subject:  Fair, German-style, Organ, Virtual

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