OT: Scripting in *.organ file

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CatOrg
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OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby CatOrg » Mon Jul 25, 2011 1:52 am

Well thats not a typical question for jeuxdorgues, but I didnt found a really helpful forum, and the Verpeaux tutorial doesnt mention what I need.
How to reduce/define the size of the stops-buttons? (to fit in a more little screen)
Thanks in advance,
Francois

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby ggoode_sa » Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:28 am

Hi Francois,

GrandOrgue stop images are not re-sizable, so the only way to configure usage for a smaller screen is re-arrange the stops to use the space above the manuals. What screen size are you using and which of the Stiehr Mockers organ dispositions do you want to have customized for your situation?

Kind regards,
GrahamG

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby CatOrg » Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:39 pm

Well, I decided to make my V-organ mobile, so I will use my laptop and the problem is not anymore a problem.

But for tuning the file, I need the complete macro-list and parameters definitions. I found the Verpeaux tutorial, but theres too much "we dont use that in the Smecno organ, so forget it (my own words ^^ )"
Where can I find the complete macro list?

Thanks again and again!

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby ggoode_sa » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:48 am

Hi Francois,

I just sent a PDF to your email address. Let me know if that is what you are looking for :)

GrahamG

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby CatOrg » Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:18 pm

Dear Graham, best thanks, this is. But a work in progress? All open source project is per definition a work in progress, isnt it?

Well another question. I want to increase the Mocker-Stiehr to 3 manuals for practical use. I is positiv, II is G.O., III is positive, the coupler II/I makes of I a coupler-manual. Of course I will use this opportunity to have different registrations on I and III. So the question is, before I make big work in scripting, if myorgan accepts to use the same ranks independently in 2 manuals? Same windchest, and of course and specially important (sparing resources) same samples, but use here and there independently...

And last but not least:
- where is Oberhausbergen sample set? When I click http://www.jeuxdorgues.com/en/ober.php and then <here>, I find only a sound font (I understand for jorgan), but where is the myorgan rar?
- where can i find other organs (I am searching first of all different styles for showing the differents aesthetics, german baroque and romantic, french symphonic, spanish and italian, french harmonium... must not be that big, but free; I know already the "orgue de salon", the little 5 stops of BRICET/GARET but... ahemmm... ) and http://www.pcorgan.com doesnt list more...

Francois

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby ggoode_sa » Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:19 pm

Hi Francois,

Use the REF feature to re-use ranks from the other manuals. For example, on the Burea Church organ we do this for the Pedal when borrowing a Krumhorn 8 from Manual 002 where it is configured as the 16th rank of that manual...

[Stop016]
Name= Krumhorn 8'
NumberOfLogicalPipes=30
NumberOfAccessiblePipes=30
FirstAccessiblePipeLogicalPipeNumber=001
FirstAccessiblePipeLogicalKeyNumber=001
Comments=
WindchestGroup=001
Percussive=N
DefaultToEngaged=N
DisplayInInvertedState=N
StopControlMIDIKeyNumber=42
ShortcutKey=74
DispDrawstopCol=1
DispDrawstopRow=2
DispLabelColour=Black
DispLabelFontSize=Normal
Displayed=Y
DispImageNum=2
AmplitudeLevel=40
DispKeyLabelOnLeft=Y
Pipe001=REF:002:016:001
Pipe002=REF:002:016:002
Pipe003=REF:002:016:003
Pipe004=REF:002:016:004
Pipe005=REF:002:016:005
Pipe006=REF:002:016:006
Pipe007=REF:002:016:007
Pipe008=REF:002:016:008
Pipe009=REF:002:016:009
Pipe010=REF:002:016:010
Pipe011=REF:002:016:011
Pipe012=REF:002:016:012
Pipe013=REF:002:016:013
Pipe014=REF:002:016:014
Pipe015=REF:002:016:015
Pipe016=REF:002:016:016
Pipe017=REF:002:016:017
Pipe018=REF:002:016:018
Pipe019=REF:002:016:019
Pipe020=REF:002:016:020
Pipe021=REF:002:016:021
Pipe022=REF:002:016:022
Pipe023=REF:002:016:023
Pipe024=REF:002:016:024
Pipe025=REF:002:016:025
Pipe026=REF:002:016:026
Pipe027=REF:002:016:027
Pipe028=REF:002:016:028
Pipe029=REF:002:016:029
Pipe030=REF:002:016:030

The Oberhausbergen sample set is only available as a soundfont.

For more GrandOrgue sample sets, see my post on the Magle Music Forum : http://www.magle.dk/music-forums/11034- ... dex-4.html

Hope that helps :)

GrahamG

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby CatOrg » Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:01 pm

Wow!!! Many thanks, nice 2 work with you!
Francois

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Re: OT: Scripting in *.organ file

Postby CatOrg » Tue Aug 16, 2011 11:09 am

Thanks again for the Howto, well the scripting tutorial. But one more question, I dont know the name in english so I must explain.
I want to writen an organ file for simulating the organ in Oberdorf / Baselland. This organ has stops-cancelers, a reverted variation on Cavaillé-Coll appels d'anches. Like the reeds cancelers in some (german) organs. I didnt found anything. I suppose in HW it should work, else this is not possible to virtualize honnestly a Cavailé-Coll...
:?: :?: :?:
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