Weald and Downland Steam show Singleton West Sussex

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Weald and Downland Steam show Singleton West Sussex

Post  highpressure on Mon 08 Aug 2011, 6:06 pm

Anyone going to the show this coming weekend?? If so look out for me as I will be there with the latest offering from my over productuctive Organ Workshop!!!!!!!!!!!! Wink Wink Yellow Merc vito, children, steam etc.... Say hello..... Smile Heres a clip from last weekend.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY4NFSiOfRk

Kev.

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Post  Tony King on Tue 09 Aug 2011, 7:23 am

Hi Kev,
Loved your utube clip, organ sounds fantastic, well done!!
I'm having a go at the Topsy three, but it'll be along time in the making!!
Regards
Tony

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Re: Weald and Downland Steam show Singleton West Sussex

Post  lynnr on Tue 09 Aug 2011, 9:34 am

highpressure wrote:Anyone going to the show this coming weekend?? If so look out for me as I will be there with the latest offering from my over productuctive Organ Workshop!!!!!!!!!!!! Wink Wink Yellow Merc vito, children, steam etc.... Say hello..... Smile Heres a clip from last weekend.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY4NFSiOfRk

Kev.

So your organ is a real one! not using a CD in the back. I can I presume you can play any midi file through the organ pipes :-)
Do you have plans?

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Re: Weald and Downland Steam show Singleton West Sussex

Post  highpressure on Tue 09 Aug 2011, 6:02 pm

It cant just play any midi file as it is not fully "chromatic" i.e it is not like a piano with all notes present but has notes missing to enable the number of pipes to be kept down. The music sounds best when from a good arranger such as Alan Pell or Kevin Byrne ( his version of Chopstyx on just 25 notes almost defies belief )

Plans are not available as I am using scales and dimensions I already have and have tried and making it up as I go. (it shows Very Happy )

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