ORGANTEQ - New generation of physically modelled pipe organs
ORGANTEQ is a physically modelled pipe organ which you can install on your computer (PC/Mac). It can be used both in standalone mode and as a 64-bit instrument plug-in in VST and AudioUnits hosts.
The sound is generated in real time from scratch, reproducing the typical and variable pipe attack transients "chiff" as well as the 3D configuration, where pipes are located in space according to their keyboards. Even the action noises from keys, stops and couplers are modelled. All this makes the instrument livelier than sample based variants, bringing more realistic variability in attack and sustain.
How does Organteq sound?
Take a listen to these uploads by organists all over the world on The Concerthall - The internet's biggest platform for VPO performances. With over 6,000 users and 47,000 uploads, The Contrebombarde Concert Hall is the most known and active online community for sharing and listening to organ pieces.
How Does MIDIWorks Come Into Play?
We here at MIDIWorks provide quality MIDI Hardware created specifically to work alongside Virtual Pipe Organ software like ORGANTEQ. Whether you decide to build your own system from scratch, buy an entire system from us, or MIDI-fy an existing organ, we can provide you the correct hardware. Virtual Pipe Organs do have a learning curve in order for you to be able to learn to configure and play it, but our team of knowledgeable staff is there to help you along the way. Our goal is to get you playing as soon as possible, regardless if you are tech-savvy or not.
You can learn more about the general hardware we offer by clicking here. If you would like to view our products in greater detail, we invite you to visit our store.
Share and Listen to ORGANTEQ Uploads
We welcome you to visit www.contrebombarde.com, a community of VPO organists and enthusiasts! Upload or listen to ORGANTEQ pieces (as well as other VPO software), and connect with other users!
Water Music » by G.F. Handel, arr. Marcus Torén
Gigue & Fugue » by J.S. Bach
Messe Breve - Benedictus » by Jacques G. Buvat