PIPE ORGAN - 2 APPS IN ONE!
Pipe Organ is our most accurate, sweetest-sounding organ simulation yet, with 21 ranks of simulated pipes and a warm, lush reverberation chamber to add life and space to your music. But Pipe Organ is also a Player Organ - it doesn't even need an organist for you to enjoy its sounds and use it in church, at choir practice, or on the streets at Christmas for caroling!!
As an instrument Pipe Organ is extremely flexible, and allows you to use anything from a single USB MIDI keyboard up to 2 keyboards, pedalboard and 2 expression pedals for the full Pipe Organ experience.
We provide over 30 pieces of music with the app, all recorded live into the app by UK-based organists, and captured from a wide variety of setups - from a simple single keyboard through a full to manual plus pedals organ. And you can expand your collection at any time, by recording or importing pieces, you play them back and freely share them. Hymns, Christmas Carols, Liturgy, Voluntaries, concert organ classics or popular songs. The built-in hymnal can store up to 1024 tunes within the app using our ultra-compact custom file format, which is typically 2 to 2.5x more compact than MIDI. But you can also save and restore your music collection outside the app or even off your device for peace of mind.
As a musical instrument Pipe Organ can be used at home, for choir practice, in schools, in church services.
As a Player Organ it can be used in all the same situations, but removes the need for an organist!
REPLACE YOUR WORSHIP CDs
As a replacement for 'Worship CDs' of organ music, Pipe Organ has massive advantages. It costs MUCH less than a set of worship CDs. It has enormous flexibility when playing back songs. The organ itself may be customized - the level of reverberation, the organ's temperament, the organ's overall tuning stability ("time since last tuning"), the organ's pitch (415 or 440Hz A), all can be changed to suit. And for each piece of music within a Service / Recital, the tune's tempo and key can be changed - songs that are too fast, too slow, too high or too low can be made just right for your audience, choir or congregation.