Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples User`s Manual

Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples
Personal Edition
for Hauptwerk™ 4.x
User’s Manual
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Printed in Hungary.
Version 2014|A
Table of Contents
1.Welcome������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
1.1.Highlights�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
1.2. What is contained inside the package����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
1.3. Hardware and software requirements����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
2.Installation���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2.1. Installation of the main organ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 7
2.2. Upgrading the Trial Edition����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
2.3. USB license key authorization for Hauptwerk™ ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
Controls of the virtual pipe organ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
The Saint Peter Church and its organ�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
Usage terms and conditions���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 21
Partners and credits����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24
3.1.Pages��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
3.2. Keys and keyboards��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
3.3.Stops�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
3.4.Displays��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.5.Switches�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.6. Foot pistons and pedals�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
3.7. Swellbox and crescendo wheel������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
3.8. The Dynamic KeyboardMass™���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������14
3.9. Independent Combination Action����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
3.10. On-screen help��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
4.1. The Saint Peter Church��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
4.2. The Organ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
4.3.Disposition����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
5.1. End-user license agreement (EULA)������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 21
5.2.Trademarks��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples
Welcome to the Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples and congratulations for your purchase!
Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples is a symphonic virtual pipe organ
chromatically sampled stop-by-stop from Saint Peter Church Heppenheim, Germany.
The organ was built by Wilbrand Company in 1997. The instrument
has 43 stops on three manuals and a pedalboard.
Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples contributes financially to the upkeep of the original instrument.
The organ has many special features, including:
Fully functional Combination Action, independent of Hauptwerk™’s combination
action, controllable directly from the screen or by means of MIDI.
Virtual instrument extension for increased utility
Multiple pages optimized for single and dual touch-screens and portrait view as well.
Freely configurable keyboards
and more
What is contained inside the package
1.2.1. Contents of the box
If your version of Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples was delivered to you in a physical form
rather than a download, please make sure you have the following contents in the box to ensure
you have received a complete product:
Delivery Medium - USB flash drive(s) containing the installation data.
Your personal serial number on a printed registration card (in case of a retail box
User’s Manual (this document)
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Hardware and software requirements
Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples is hosted within Hauptwerk™ virtual pipe organ software,
available for both PC and Mac computers from Milan Digital Audio, found at http://www.hauptwerk.com on the Internet. Hauptwerk™ functions with both currently available 32-bit and 64bit operating systems. Hauptwerk™ Advanced Edition is recommended. A high-performance
computer is required to experience full, flawless and convenient operation of this sample set.
1.3.1. RAM and number of loadable stops
Since Hauptwerk™ loads the sample data into the computer’s random access memory (RAM)
– and does not stream data from the hard disk – the amount of RAM determines the number
of stops you can load for playing at a given time. The theoretical RAM limitation, per program
instance is 4 GB in 32-bit operating systems; loading all stops of the organ requires a 64-bit
operating system, capable of handling more than 4 GB of RAM. Regardless of operating system,
please make sure you are using more than 4 GB of RAM.
Hauptwerk™ allows you to load the sample set with independent options for each available
stop, allowing you to trade off the number of loadable stops with varying degrees of realism (you can, for example, choose to load less than the full complement of release samples).
Loading all of the stops in their most complete multi-looped versions and with full release
samples will consume much more RAM than loading them with, say, single looped data and/
or truncated release tails.
Please refer to the Hauptwerk™ User’s Manual for a complete description of how to maximize
performance with these features.
Please refer to the Inspired Acoustics website for detailed RAM footprint guidelines at http://
1.3.2. CPU and Polyphony
It is essential that your computer has a high-performance CPU in order to experience full polyphony. A high polyphony capability is required when many stops are drawn and many notes
played together.
Note: Polyphony is defined as the number of stops being selected, times the number of notes held per stop, including the durations release tails to sound, at
any given time.
A series of fast staccato chords in Tutti will stress your computer the most, because the initial
release tails will continue to sound as additional staccato chords are being played. For the most
flawless operation, we recommend the use of a 4-core CPU or better, equipped with the most
RAM that you can afford. As your CPU power increases, you can achieve more polyphony.
Please refer to the Hauptwerk™ User’s Manual for a complete description of how to achieve
maximum polyphony with your computer.
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Installation of the main organ
Installing the Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples requires that you own a registered, installed
copy of Hauptwerk™ virtual pipe organ software, together with a registered, working dongle.
This installation procedure is for Hauptwerk™ version 4.x. If using a different version of Hauptwerk™, the required steps may be slightly different in detail; please refer to your version’s copy
of the Hauptwerk™ User Guide.
If you received the Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples as a downloadable product, please make
sure that you downloaded all the installation files prior you begin installing the organ library. It
is required to have all the files in the same folder.
If you received a retail box product you will need to insert the installation medium first, which
should be one or more USB flash drive. Please connect it to your computer and navigate to the
device to see the folders and files.
Wait until the computer recognizes the new drive and, either a drive letter is assigned to it (PC
- Windows), or it is mounted on the desktop (Mac - OS X). Once your computer has accessed
the USB drive proceed to the next step.
1. Launch Hauptwerk™ virtual organ software.
2. From within Hauptwerk™, go to the file menu and select Install organ, sample set,
temperament or impulse response.
3. The program will prompt you to select the program to install.
4. Navigate to the folder with the installation files and select the first file set to install.
5. Click Open and then click OK on the next screen.
6. Wait until Hauptwerk™ finishes installing the selected file then proceed with the
installation of the next file.
Ensure that you have the latest version of the packages installed and apply any updates or
upgrades that you have (see the next chapter to find out how).
We first recommend installing the Data and then the Organ component.
Upgrading the Trial Edition
Any updates, upgrades require the main organ to be installed first. All upgrades, updates come
as separate installer files. Once you have all the files downloaded or received otherwise on your
computer, please install them. The procedure for installing upgrades and updates is the same
as the normal installation process.
To obtain the latest updates you need to register your copy. To do this:
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1. Go to http://www.inspiredacoustics.com
2. Create an account if you do not already have one by clicking on the Sign Up link.
3. In case you received a boxed product click the Register menu at the Inspired Acoustics website and enter you serial number that you received. If you do not have such a
number, please contact us.
4. After you registered, go to the My products section and you will find your product
and its Update files within a few minutes.
5. Download the package that has the name ‘LATEST’ written in it. Install this package,
once downloaded, following the procedure above in chapter 2.1. If there is no such
package, you already have the latest version on your computer.
For the smoothest operation, please ensure that you have the latest version of your product, so
please download and install this file once a new version becomes available. This file is made so
that it will update your organ to the latest version regardless of what version you have.
USB license key authorization for Hauptwerk™
The sample set comes in a Hauptwerk-specific encrypted format requiring a Hauptwerk USB
key, compatible with Hauptwerk 4.0, 4.1 and later.
Modification or disassembling the organ contents through the CODM interface of Hauptwerk
is not supported since the variety of functions, the large number temperament data and the
availability of the special built-in perspective adjustment already offers most of the functions
or more than what the CODM interface may offer. The complexity of the Organ Definition File
shipping with this organ is fairly high and building custom variants requires a certain amount
of special expertise. If you are planning a custom or commercial application that requires a different setup what Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples offers now, please contact us for making
a customized version for you.
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
Controls of the virtual pipe organ
The console and the controls of the virtual organ are similar to the original instrument. The
main console was modeled.
The organ controls are organized into so-called “Pages” in the Hauptwerk™ program, to allow
convenient operation. Each page of this virtual instrument plays a different role, and allows you
to control and monitor the organ’s numerous features in a convenient way. The following table
summarizes the contents of each page.
Page name
What is it for?
Overview of the organ console.
Check, control, observe and demonstrate everything on one screen,
including keyboard, pedal, swell box
and crescendo wheel movements.
Organ console: all control elements
except keys on one single page,
modified for convenient control.
For systems with a single touch display screen, this page allows you to
control all stops, combination action
and miscellaneous functions
Organ console: stops of the left side,
close-up, modified for convenient
For systems with two individual
touch screens, you can place this
screen to the left of the keyboard, to
control the left bank of stops, just as
on the real instrument.
Organ console: stops of the right
side, close-up, modified for convenient control.
For systems with two individual
touch screens, you can place this
second screen to the right of the
keyboard, to control the right
bank of stops, just as on the real
Crescendo (1-2)
Programmable crescendo
These pages allow you to program
the pipe organ’s crescendo wheel to
any desired custom configuration.
Virtual controls for the Keyboard
Keyboard mass control
Mass™ functionality allowing you to
change the response and inertia of
the keyboards.
Keyboard and swell pedal to manual
Keys and keyboards
All keys and keyboards are shown in a photo-realistic perspective view, fully responsive to
mouse control. The notes, pedal keyboard, swellbox pedal and crescendo wheel all faithfully
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
mirror your performance intentions.
The intsument has 4 divisions: four 56-note manuals and a 30-note set of pedals.
The first division is called Hauptwerk, and on the control pages it is referred to as “Hw“. By default the 1st manual is dedicated to sound this division.
The second division, called Schwellwerk belongs to the 2nd manual by default, and is referred to
as “Sw“ on control switches and tables.
The third organ division is the Rückpositiv, its short name is “Pos“. By default it is sounded by
the 3rd manual.
The pedal division is referred to as “Ped“.
Although every division has its dedicated manual or pedalboard, all of them are floating divisions. This means that every division can be played using any keyboard, or even the pedalboard. Such operating modes can be set up on the Keyboards Page by assigning any division
to any manual (see the figure below).
The console of the organ features drawknob stopswitches: their drawn position indicates that
the stop is engaged. There are various “Pages” in the Hauptwerk™ displays containing close-up
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
images of the stops. If you manipulate the stops or controls in one page, their on/off status will
be synchronized with the other pages as well. You can cancel the activated stops by pressing
“Ø” on any pages containing Combination Action buttons.
On the Console/Center/Right Pages, you can see displays on the virtual organ, showing the
currently selected combination and the states of the swell pedal and the crescendo wheel (see
chapter 3.7).
The console has several button controls for use during live performance. Some of these buttons
control additional sounds, the engine noise for example; other buttons control or trigger functions, such as the Combination Action or switching off the reed stops.
3.5.1. Console page switches
The following figure shows the switches of the Console Page highlighted.
Select the crescendo program
Set button for the combination action
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
General combination action
Cancel button for the combination action
Activate the previous and the next combination
Turns the organ engine noise on/off
3.5.2. Center/Left/Right page switches
The following picture shows the switches and pistions of the Center Page highlighted. Equivalently labeled controls on the Left and Right Pages are also present.
Navigate between different combination banks and frames
General combination action
Turns the organ engine noise on/off
Disable reed stops
Enable the crescendo wheel
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
Foot pistons and pedals
There are two foot pistons and a pedal on the Heppenheim organ that are available to wire to
your organ console. The following figure shows them highlighted.
Kornett An
Activate the previous and the next combination
Swellbox and crescendo wheel
Swellbox is an enclosure with vertical venetian blind-type shutters controlled by the swell
pedal (or ‘swell shoe’). As a given shutter closes, the pipes contained in that swellbox will sound
quieter and darker (with lesser amounts of high overtones). The Heppenheim Organ’s swellbox
characteristics are brought to life through modeling.
The Heppenheim pipe organ contains a MIDI assignable swellbox pedal and all divisions are
virtually enclosed. This means that once you assign the swellbox pedal to an enclosed division
you can control its state instantly. To assign the swell pedal to various enclosures, you can use
the assignment buttons on the Keyboards Page.
For example, if you would like to control the Schwellwerk and the Rückpositiv together with the
pedal, just assign both of them to the swell pedal by pressing “Sw”. The state of the swell pedal is
set to default once you assign them to an other division.
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
The crescendo wheel is an axially rotating drum operated by foot control, and is used in place
of a conventional crescendo pedal. The wheel is positioned to the left of the foot-operated
swellbox pedal. Sliding (rolling) it forward from position 0 to a higher position triggers stops in a
preset user-defined manner, according to the sequence contained in the respective Crescendo
Program. There are 4 independent crescendo programs available, labeled I, II, III and IV. One of
them is pre-loaded in the instrument, but you can freely modify them.
The figure below shows the Console Page, highlighting the crescendo pedal (left pedal), the
swell pedal (right pedal), and the displays showing the state of the two pedals.
The Dynamic KeyboardMass™
Keyboards and tracker actions of pipe organ have mass and hence inertia, which describe their
response while you play. The Dynamic KeyboardMass™ is a special feature in the Heppenheim
Pipe Organ Samples that allows you simulate and control each of the organ’s keyboards heaviness independently, even if your keyboard controller does not support any dyanmics at all. This
revolutionary feature adds a new layer of realism to play the virtual pipe organ.
The Dynamic KeyboardMass™ model sets the response of both the speaking and the release
part of the pipe sound simultaneously and dynamically, adapting itself to your actual keypresses. Practically this makes the virtual organ a living instrument and ensures that the virtual
instrument remains very responsive even if you set it to have very heavy keyboards.
On the Keyboards Page, 4 faders are displayed, each dedicated to a specific manual, and the
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
pedalboard. The faders can be set from light to heavy keyboard mass, independently from each
Independent Combination Action
The Heppenheim organ’s combination action is independent of the combination action built
in Hauptwerk™ and it replicates the original organ’s own combination action. This feature is
completely independent of Hauptwerk’s™ own combination action system, allowing more
convenient use.
The instrument’s general comination action has 100 banks with 10 frames in each.
3.9.1. Programming and resetting from Graphical User Interface (GUI) or Musical
Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)
Once you define a stop configuration on the console that you wish to save as a general combination preset (also called a “frame”), press the S button once, and then press a number or a
navigation key to select which combination frame you want to program. If you select the same
frame that was previously active, the previous combination will be overwritten with the new
Hint: The easiest way to program a particular stop combination into the next frame
is to press the S set button and then press the > increment button. This will
program the currently set configuration to the next frame and increment the
current frame by one to that frame – with a single click.
You can also assign MIDI messages to these buttons so that, if you have a MIDI-capable console,
all these functionalities can be directly available to you in physical form as well.
3.9.2. Navigation and use during organ play
Navigating between different combination frames is very easy. You can navigate to the desired
bank number by the dedicated ‘up’ and ‘down’ switches, and then press a number.
3.9.3. Loading and saving combinations to files
Saving entire banks of combinations is just as easy as saving Hauptwerk’s™ own combinations,
and can be configured using the same commands.
Make sure you save your combination action frames when you unload the
organ. You can then restore this later by loading it from the Hauptwerk*
3.9.4. Set mode
You can change the behaviour of the Set button by this feature. Choosing Multiple mode on the
Keyboards Page, the Set button is not disengaged when you activate a combination frame. This is
useful if you have a physical organ console. Changing to Single mode, you can program only one
combination frame after pressing the S. If you work on the GUI, choose this mode.
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Controls of the virtual pipe organ
3.10. On-screen help
The Keyboards Page has an on-screen help option which you can activate or deactivate by pressing
the “?” button in the top right corner of the page.
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The St. Peter Church and its organ
The Saint Peter Church and its organ
The Saint Peter Church
The first reference of the St Peter’s Catholic
Parish Church situated in Heppenheim is
dated back to the year 755, named as Basilica Sancti Petri.
The present church was built between 1900
and 1904, designed by Ludwig Becker. The
monumental neo-Gothic church is also
known as Cathedral of Bergstaße. This name
earned by being visible from kilometers
around and from the famous Bergstraße
Route (“Mountain Road”).
The new church maintained and integrated
the old tower while is made up of three
naves, one transept and the choirs including
a main choir and two side choirs. The long
nave and the transept reflects the enormous
dimensions of the church with the crossing
in the heart of the building.
After the Second Vatican Council the church has its first renovation period between 1968 and
1969. The interior of the building is changed by removing the pulpit and moving the lithurgical
center to the crossing. The centre of the sanctuary is dominated by the altar. During the restoration in 2002, the pulpit was rebuilt in its former shape, a new ambo was put up under the dome
and the baptismal font was also moved here.
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The St. Peter Church and its organ
The Organ
The first of the four previously known organs is built in 1700, and damaged by lightning in
1703. The repaired instrument was destroyed in a church fire in 1732. The new organ, built in
1742, did its service until the demolition of the church in 1900.
The next pipe organ, which was a small intstrument, was designed for the temporary church
- later town hall - in 1900 by the organ builder Voigt. In 1904, this organ was built in the new
church, the “Cathedral of Bergstraße”.
There were plans to build a larger organ from 1909, but the
First World War and the economic crisis allowed only in the
30s to think of the construction of a new organ. The church
contracted with the organ builder company Klais, Bonn, but
the contract was terminate in the Second World War.
In 1955, for the 1200th anniversary of city of Heppenheim, a
new organ was built by Kemper from Lübeck. This instrument
was kept reasonably playable until 1996. Then this organ
was dismantled and replaced by a new organ by the organ
builder Wilbrand in 1997, integrating the still usable pipes in
it. The west window of high artistic value had to remain free,
so the pipes are arranged in separate cases. The Hauptwerk
and Schwellwerk are on the left, the Pedalwerk is on the right,
and the Rückpositiv is on the balustrade of the gallery. The
organist sits with his back to the case of the Hauptwerk.
The disposition of the new organ is almost the same as the Kemper organ. It has 43 stops on
three manuals of 56 notes and a 30-key pedalboard. The pipe scale and the intonation emphasize the dark richness of sounds, so the instrument is suitable to play romantic as well as
symphonic music.
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The St. Peter Church and its organ
The disposition of the Heppenheim organ is as follows:
Hauptwerk I
20 Prinzipal
19 Prinzipal
23 Bourdon
24 Holzflöte
18 Oktave
25 Spitzflöte
17 Quinte
2 2/3’
16 Douplette
15 Mixture III-IV
14 Zimbel
13 Trompete
Schwellwerk II
33 Prinzipal
36 Rohrflöte
34 Salicional
35 Unda maris
32 Prinzipal
37 Spillpfeife
38 Nasard
2 2/3’
39 Blockflöte
40 Terz
1 3/5’
31 Mixture III
1 1/3’
30 Bombarde
29 Trompete harm.
28 Oboe
27 Clairon
26 Tremulant
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The St. Peter Church and its organ
Rückpositiv III
46 Quintade
47 Holzgedeckt
45 Prinzipal
48 Rohrflöte
44 Waldflöte
49 Quintade
1 1/3’
50 Sesquialter III
2 2/3’
43 Scharf III-IV
42 Krummhorn
41 Tremulant
6 Prinzipalbass
10 Subbass
4 Quintbass
10 2/3’
5 Holzoktave
11 Rohrflöte
3 Prinzipal
12 Gedecktflöte
2 Posaune
1 Trompete
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Usage terms and conditions
Usage terms and conditions
End-user license agreement (EULA)
GRANT OF LICENSE. In consideration of payment of the license fee, Entel Ltd. Inspired Acoustics
division (“Entel”) grants to you, the Licensee, a nonexclusive, nontransferable license to have
one person use the enclosed Inspired Acoustics software product (the “Product”) on one personal computer at a time. If you want to use the Product on more than one personal computer
at a time you must obtain separate licenses. All rights not expressly granted to Licensee are
reserved to Entel.
OWNERSHIP OF THE PRODUCT. Portions of the Product may incorporate certain material proprietary to third parties. Entel and licensors of Entel own and will retain all title, copyright, trademark and other proprietary rights in and to the Product. This License is not a sale of the Product
or any copy of it. You, the Licensee, obtain only such rights as are provided in this Agreement.
You understand and agree as follows: you may not make any copies of all or any part of the
Product except for archival copies of the computer software components of the Product as
permitted by law; you may not reverse compile/assemble/engineer, modify, or incorporate
in whole or in part in any other product or create derivative works of similar purpose of the
Product based on all or any part of the Product; you may not extract or measure contents of
the Product for any purpose; you may not represent the origin (i.e. recording place) of your
derivative works (i.e. recording) using the names of locations or places of the Product; you may
not remove any copyright, trademark, proprietary rights, disclaimer or warning notice included
on or embedded in any part of the Product. You may not transfer or resell the Product and this
license expressly forbids resale, re-licensing or other distribution of the Product unless an applicable law permits this or without the expressed written permission of Entel. You cannot sell,
loan, rent, lease, assign or transfer all or any of the enclosed sounds in the Product to another
user, or for use in any competitive product(s) wthout the expressed written permission of Entel..
If transferred, in whole or in part, the original and subsequent owners forfeit all rights to use the
software. You may not use the documentation for any purpose other than to support your use
of the Product; you may not perform engineering analyses of the Product, including quality,
performance or benchmark analyses, without the expressed written permission of Entel.
USE OF AUDIO SAMPLES. The audio samples, recorded sounds, programs, presets used by or
included in the Product remain the property of Entel and are licensed, not sold, to you for
use on your computer. Licensee may use the Product for Commercial Purposes within musical
compositions, and may create derivative works of different purpose than the Product such as
sound recordings or performances of musical compositions, based on the Product and may
also sell these derivative works without paying any further royalties to Entel. However, Licensee
is strictly forbidden to: (1) falsely represent that the derivative work, such as but not limited to
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a sound recording or a movie soundtrack, was played on the actual instrument the Product is
virtualized from or any other real instrument whatsoever; (2) download or use the samples in
different format or with different software the Product was originally designed for. Licensee
is strictly forbidden to display or use for any purpose or in connection with any of Licensee’s
derivative works the name(s) or other representations of (1) the halls, institutions or locations of
the instrument(s) from where the Products are virtualized from; (2) the place of these locations;
or (3) the manufacturer(s) of the original instruments.
RESPONSIBILITIES. Entel hopes the Product will be useful to your business or personal endeavors. However, Entel does not warrant the operation of the Product or the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in the Product. You, and not Entel, are responsible for all uses
of the Product.
LIMITED WARRANTY. Entel warrants to you, the original licensee, that the media on which the
Product is recorded will be free of defects in material and workmanship under normal use
for a period of thirty (30) days from purchase, and that the Product will perform substantially
in accordance with the user guide for a period of thirty (30) days from purchase. Entel’s sole
responsibility under this warranty will be, at its option, (1) to use reasonable efforts to correct
any defects that are reported to it within the foregoing warranty period or (2) to refund the
full purchase price to you. Entel does not warrant that the Product will be error free, nor that
all program errors will be corrected. In addition, Entel makes no warranties if the failure of the
Product results from accident, abuse or misapplication. Remedies are available with a proof of
purchase from an authorized international source. All requests for warranty assistance shall be
directed to Entel at the following address: H-1301 Budapest, Pf. 94. Hungary. +36/1/3360400.
The expressed warranty set forth in this Agreement is the only warranty given by Entel with
respect to the entire Product. Entel makes no other warranties, expressed, implied or arising by
custom or trade usage, and specifically disclaims the implied warranties of non-infringement,
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Entel shall not be responsible for the performance of the Product nor for any liability to any other party arising out of use of the Product.
Entel’s liability in contract, tort or otherwise arising in connection with the Product shall not
exceed the purchase price of the Product. In no event shall Entel be liable for special, incidental,
tort or consequential damages including any damages resulting from loss of use, loss of data,
loss of profits or loss of business arising out of or in connection with the performance of the
Product, even if Entel has been advised of the possibility of such damages.
TERMINATION. This License Agreement will terminate immediately if you breach any of its
terms. Upon termination, you will be required promptly to return to Entel or to destroy all copies of the Product covered by this License Agreement.
GOVERNING LAW. The terms of this License shall be construed in accordance with the substantive laws of Hungary (European Union).
NO WAIVER. The failure of either party to enforce any rights granted in this Agreement or to take
any action against the other party in the event of any breach of this Agreement shall not be
deemed a waiver by that party as to subsequent enforcement of rights or subsequent actions
in the event of future breaches.
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LITIGATION EXPENSES. If any action is brought by either party to this Agreement against the
other party regarding the subject matter hereof, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover, in addition to any other relief granted, reasonable attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses.
UNENFORCEABLE TERMS. Should any term of this License Agreement be declared void or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall have no effect on
the remaining terms hereof.
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Partners and credits
Partners and credits
The Heppenheim Pipe Organ Samples was created by the Inspired Acoustics team. The team
would like to thank to Oliver Schmidt, Dr. Lothar Römer, Anton Dannoritzer and the staff of Saint
Peter Church - Heppenheim.