Spitfire Audio – Symphonic Organ

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The ultimate cinematic organ

Achieve that awe-inspiring cinematic sound made famous in blockbuster scores such as Interstellar2001: A Space Odyssey and Tron. Presenting the Rugby School Chapel organ — a monstrous, 3,721-pipe, cathedral-sized organ housed in an intimate chapel — creating an epic but immediate sound like no other. To capture its unique depth, power and beauty, we teamed up with composer, producer and organ expert Andy Richards, who has curated stop combinations for instant playability, enabling you to get the best out of this beautifully-voiced instrument.

His impressive discography includes work on huge film scores, including Slumdog Millionaire, and records by iconic artists from Grace Jones to George Michael. Every pitch has been recorded with multiple mic positions for ultimate realism and control, accompanied by 50 mind-bending warped presets presented in our eDNA engine.

The ultimate organ

A hugely versatile instrument now widely used beyond its original church or horror film setting, the organ is perfect for adding depth, power and beauty to orchestral scores and compositions. As well as in renowned symphonic works such as Saint-Saens’ Organ Symphony, the organ provides the foundations for countless blockbuster film scores of various genres, including Koyaanisqatsi (Philip Glass), Vertigo (Bernard Herrmann), Interstellar (Hans Zimmer), 2001: A Space Odyssey (from Richard Strauss’ 1896 work Also Sprach Zarathustra) and Tron (Wendy Carlos). There is no orchestral instrument that can go lower in pitch, giving you thunderous sub-bass like depth that you feel rather than hear.

As soon as Spitfire founder and composer Paul Thomson heard the Rugby School Chapel Organ, he knew Spitfire had to sample it.

Heard in the opening sequence to Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd, the contrast of this cathedral-sized organ — four manuals (keyboards), 71 stops (of which 55 are speaking stops) and 3,721 pipes — with its intimate chapel acoustic setting, creates an epic sound, producing a unique intensity and immediacy. Expertly recorded and presented, this definitive organ library has been designed to fit perfectly with Spitfire Symphony Orchestra, enabling you to create rich sounding scores.

Instant playability

An organ of this size is in many ways the original analog synth. With a dizzying number of combinations of stops and pedals, it has the ability to create brass, wind and string sounds, comprising more components and tones than a symphony orchestra — which can be overwhelming for anyone unfamiliar with the instrument. Crucially, this library is entirely made up of a comprehensive range of ready-made stop combinations, created by those who know and use the organ best — Rugby School organist & Head of Academic Music James Williams and organist Andy Richards. This expert curation of pedals and manuals will save you a huge amount of work and will help you get the very best out of the instrument. Choose from 16 manual combinations, 13 pedal combinations for that extra bassy sound, and 8 ensembles, which span the whole organ.







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