Wildervank - Grote kerk - E.F. Walcker
History of the organ:
The organ of the 'Grote kerk' in Wildervank (NL) has been built by E.F. Walcker & Cie in 1913 as opus 1747.
Restoration took place in 2001 by the company S. de Wit who expanded it also in 2013.
The organ is electro-pneumatic. The new console is situated on the floor..
Disposition in Hauptwerk:
Hauptwerk: Bourdon 16', Principal 8', Doppelflöte 8', Bourdon 8' (new), Viola di Gamba 8' (new),
Dolce 8' (tr. Viola man. II), Octave 4', Flûte Harmonique 4', Octave 2', Cornett IV sterk
(vanaf f°, tr. man. II), Oboe 8' (tr. man. II), Mixtur III-IV sterk, Trompete 8'.
Swellwerk: Geigenprincipal 8', Synthematophon 8', Dulciana 8' (new), Lieblich Gedeckt 8', Viola 8',
Vox Celeste 8', Flöte 4' (new), Quinte 2 2/3', Gemshorn 2', Mixtur IV sterk (new),
Cornett IV sterk (from f°), Oboe 8'
Pedal: Contrabass 16', Subbas 16', Gedecktbass 16' (tr.), Octaafbass 8' (tr.), Gedeckt 8' (tr.),
Violoncello 8' (tr.), Flöte 4' (tr.), Posaunenbass 16' - (comb. with Trompete 8')
The 'new' stops are recorded on the Walcker-organ (1878) at the Zionskerk in Uithuizen (see picture).
Recording: September / October 2014
Release in: January 2016
Type: Wet, 4-channel audio (front/rear level is adjustable for each keyboard)
Loops: 16 per sample
Multi-releases: 3 per sample
Windmodel: Not yet available, but it will be in a future update
Crescendo: Yes, editable
Acoustics: 2,6 - 2,8 seconds
Traction noises: No, they will be delivered in a future update
Format: 24 bit / 48 khz. stereo (2 * 2-channel). Original recording 24 bit / 96 kHz.
RAM HW: 14Gb. (24bit, all samples including tremolo, all loops and releases, incl. compression)
Suitable for: HW 4. Dongle update necessary.
Dongle needed: Yes
Tuning: A=440 Hz. equal