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Fredonia Grand Organ

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Fredonia Grand Organ by Impact Soundworks is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application and Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products) for macOS and Windows. It includes, and is therefore "powered by", Kontakt Player, which functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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6 GB RAM, 14GB disk space, can run Kontakt 6 Player
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The Fredonia Grand Organ places the power and majesty of a full pipe organ at your fingertips with unparalleled depth and range — 39 stops that can be combined for endless possible tones. Featuring one of the biggest sounds you've ever used, easily adjusted from a delicate to an almost cosmic scale.

Product Overview:

To create the Fredonia Grand Organ, we sampled the magnificent Schlicker Pipe Organ at SUNY Fredonia. Every pipe organ has a unique voice, and this one has a particularly powerful sound with incredible versatility.

Capturing the nuance and fullness of a pipe organ is no easy feat, but an instrument as grand as this deserves extra care. We've replicated many of the features of a real organ, including crescendo and swell controls, so that it plays like the real thing. Its 2,469 pipes have been deep-sampled with four mic positions and four registers (Swell, Positive, Pedal, and Great).

We sampled every single stop — a total of 39 — individually to give you full control over the instrument's sound. Combine any or all of these to customize the tone however you'd like. Additionally, we've emulated the behavior of the instrument's six couplers, so you can add or subtract octaves with the press of a button. And if you're looking for a brilliant sound right out of the box? We've provided an array of powerful presets with different stop combinations and signal chains in our Console FX rack and mixer. From the delicate-voiced rohrflöte to the earth-shaking thunder of the whole instrument in chorus, the Fredonia Grand Organ will take your breath away.

Contents: :

  • All 39 stops (tones) individually sampled.
  • Swell, Positiv, Pedal, and Great divisions.
  • 4 mic positions plus stereo master mix.
  • Stop volume carefully preserved for realism.
  • Pristine 24-bit recordings.
  • Chromatic sampling: every key recorded.


  • Beautiful custom UI.
  • All main controls on one page.
  • Stops controllable via UI or keyswitch.
  • Fully modeled crescendo and swell controls.
  • Per-division sound and performance tweaks.
  • Customizable key behavior.
  • CONSOLE FX rack and mixer with dozens of modules.

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Latest User Reviews

Average user rating of 2.00 from 1 review

Fredonia Grand Organ
Reviewed By dougham1
January 31st, 2022

After having this for a few months. I had recently discovered a glitch in the crescendo pedal. When you hit the tutti button and try to move the curescendo pedal it makes a horrible scratching noise. I've asked support several times to please fix this with no response. Some are saying that it's a problem if your PC isn't powerful enough but I have a I 7 64 gig RAM with solid-state drives that is well able to handle this software. It's really disappointing as no pipe organ sounds like that during the crescendo movement of the pedal.

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