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2016-03-10
Between 10 March and 15 May 2016 our organs can be ordered at a discount of 20 to 30 %.
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Console Michael V.2.

2016-03-01
We recently completed version V.2. of our Michael console. The new console can be pre-ordered with a 20% discount until 15 May 2016.
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New Cavaillé-Coll Style virtual organ in Budapest

2015-01-02

We are pleased to provide an update on our latest completed organ which honours the memory of Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, the French Romantic organ builder genius.

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Console Michael

2014-12-10

The new Vox Organi model allowing flexibility in register labeling would be ready by January 2014.
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PC und Musik

2013-04-02

Vox Organi has established a long-term partnership with PC und Musik in Germany, a company with a leading role on the German market in the area of Hauptwerk systems. 
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Console Michael

2014-12-10

Though somehwat belated, the prototype is ready and functions well.
The idea is quite simple: we use small LED register buttons without any engraving. Above the register buttons we placed a rotating cylinder which can display 4 different dispositions. Only one row of disposition shows at a time which we can select. The label cylinder can be rotated manually. The label cylinder is also easily replacable, allowing to have 4 or even 8 organs in one and the same instrument.
The organs can be selected using a preselect button.
The organ in the picture can produce 8 different organ sounds as we have equipped it the corresponding number of preselection buttons.
For the time being four instruments were equipped in accordance with our client’s wishes:
1., St. Eucaire Cavaillé-Coll – French romantic
2., Zwolle St. Michael – German Baroque
3., 4 register continuo organ
4., cembalo – two manuals
 
On the PC we use SSD storage which allows us to equip the instruments in a matter of seconds (5-20 sec).
The PC starts up very fast.Counting from the moment it is switched on the instrument can be played within at most 45-50 sec.
 
The console is of traditional set up, there is no monitor, the most important information can be viewed on 3 displays.
Display 1: shows which organ sounds have been stored as well as the name of the instrument
Display 2: Helps handling the setzer system
Display 3: volume, master tuning (440Hz), transposition, fine tuning (pitch).
The music stand has a built in LED tape which provides light both to the music book as well as the keyboard, hence no other light source is necessary.