“Hauptwerk” for Beginners

St Margaret’s Anglican Church

99 Main Rd McLaren Vale : 2pm, Saturday 23 November 2019

Hauptwerk: for beginners and the experienced.

Heard about the “Hauptwerk” computer software that can be used to create an electronic organ with many digitally sampled real pipe organs available? Greg John will demonstrate his Hauptwerk organs: from a simple one keyboard and headphones, to a gutted and refitted Thomas organ, to a knock-down portable 3-manual + pedals virtual pipe organ, all done with no knowledge of electronics, MIDI, or soldering, and with rudimentary woodworking skills.

The current St Margaret’s organ is the Greg Trott Virtual Pipe Organ. (See photo) Claire Baker, an electronics and MIDI expert, and organist, will talk about the work she has done to convert the console (built by Leith Jacob) into a reliable, easy to use instrument with a very convincing sound.

If attending this event, you may like to eat lunch at various places available in McLaren Vale or picnic in the grounds of the Visitor Centre or in the parking area near St Margaret’s. There are also numerous wineries in the area for those who want to go early and make a day of it. It is envisaged that the session will be over by 4pm so people can get away in good time to return to the city.

The Greg Trott Virtual Pipe Organ

Annual Dinner and Concert 2019

food

Saturday 16 February at 11:30am

Organ recital by Dr Greg Crawford

Brougham Place Uniting Church,

193 Brougham Place, North Adelaide

Smorgasbord lunch to follow at 12:30pm

at the Buckingham Arms Hotel
1 Walkerville Tce., Gilberton.

Cost $35 per person
(Payment must be received before the day)

Drinks at own expense

 Send bookings together with payment to Roger Wyatt

3/54 Galway Ave, BROADVIEW  SA  5084

(08) 8344 6939

membershipsecretary@organmusicsociety.org.au

(cheques payable to the OMS or via EFT.
BSB 105-073  No. 285970240 BANK SA Norwood with your name as reference.)

DEADLINE: Saturday 9 February 2019