Old Independent Church, Haverhill, Suffolk
Hauptwerk v3 Sample Sets
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KEY
Black - existing stops carried over without alteration from the full set
Blue - existing samples reworked and repitched
Red - new samples placed in the Haverhill acoustic using convolution reverb
Green - new coupler or transfer
GREAT
Double Open Diapason
Open Diapason
Viola
Hohl Flute
Stopped Diapason
Principal
Suabe Flute
Nazard
Fifteenth
Mixture
Posaune
Clarion
Trumpet en Chamade

Swell to Great
Swell octave to Great
Swell suboct to Great
Swell to Great Melody
Choir to Great
Choir octave to Great
Choir suboct to Great
Choir to Great Melody
Great Basscoupler
Gt and Ped combs cpld

16
8
8
8
8
4
4
2 2/3
2
IV
8
4
8











SWELL
Bourdon
Open Diapason
Stop Diapason
Viole d’Orchestre
Vox Angelica
Voix Celestes
Geigen Principal
Suabe Flute
Fifteenth
Mixture
Sesquialtera
Contra Fagotto
Cornopean
Oboe
Clarion
Tremulant

Swell octave
Swell suboctave
Swell unison off
Choir to Swell
Choir to Swell Melody
Swell Basscoupler
Sw and Ped combs cpld

16
8
8
8
8
8
4
4
2
IV-II
III
16
8
8
4









CHOIR
Geigen Diapason
Viol di Gamba
Viol Celestes
Concert Flute
Dolce
Unda Maris (tenor C)
Principal
Stopped Flute
Nazard
Flautina
Tierce
Orchestral Oboe
Clarinet
Trumpet
Tuba
Trumpet en Chamade
Tremulant

Choir octave
Choir suboctave
Choir unison off
Swell to Choir
Swell to Choir Melody
Choir Basscoupler
Choir HP Reeds on Solo

8
8
8
8
8
8
4
4
2 2/3
2
1 3/5
8
8
8
8
8








PEDAL
Double Open Wood
Open Wood
Open Diapason (Gt)
Bourdon
Viola
Quint
Principal
Bass Flute
Fifteenth
Choral Bass
Mixture
Contra Trombone
Trombone
Tromba
Clarion

Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Choir to Pedal






32
16
16
16
16
10 2/3
8
8
4
4
III
32
16
8
4
ACCESSORIES
Eight divisional pistons per manual
Twenty general pistons
Crescendo Pedal
The Great organ now benefits from having a separate 4 foot flute (the Suabe Flute from the Choir). The Mixture has been reworked to give an extra rank, which helps greatly to even out the breaks in the stop as well as adding a little more brilliance in the middle register. The Clarion is mainly taken from the Posaune and adds a reedy brightness.

The Swell organ is now provided with a proper secondary principal chorus. The Mixture has been totally reworked and is now “clean” - ie with unison and quint ranks only. In conjunction with the new Fifteenth it adds an authentic English brightness to the 8 and 4 foot principal ranks. The Sesquialtera is a reworking of the original Swell mixture, pitched at 17.19.22 in the bass and 12.15.17 in the treble.

The Choir organ has been extensively remodelled to provide more in the way of romantic sounds as well as a proper cornet separée. The Viol Celestes provides a keener string celeste in comparison to the Swell Voix Celestes and the Unda Maris uses the existing Dolce samples to give a flute celeste when drawn with either the Dolce or Concert Flute. The Flautina from the swell organ forms the basis of the Nazard and Tierce and with the Stopped Flute (Swell Stop Diapason) completes a useful family of small flutes on this division. A small Trumpet expands both chorus and solo options and the powerful Tuba allows the organ to tackle properly works of the many English romantic composers who call for this distinctive stop.

As with the swell, the Pedal organ gains a more complete principal chorus whilst the 32 foot additions are more romantic touches. The existing Harmonic Bass (Pedal Bourdon quinted with the Pedal Open) is so effective that a 10 2/3 Quint has been provided to allow this effect to still be available.

The Trumpet en Chamade can optionally be loaded as two separate ranks to allow the stop to be individually voiced on the Great and Choir (HW Concert version only). It is still possible to load the stop as a single rank available on both divisions to conserve memory if necessary.
Please investigate the links below to learn much more about the Haverhill OIC Extended sample set ...
USER MANUAL
This comprehensive manual gives full details of installation, system requirements, user interface and performance suggestions as well as some background to the creation of the sample set.
DEMOS
A dedicated page to showcase the wide variety of sounds the Haverhill OIC sample set is capable of producing.
DOWNLOADABLE EVALUATION SET
A 10 stop evaluation sample set which allows you to experience a part of the organ at first hand.
1280 x 1024 Screenshots (click thumbnail for full resolution view)
1024 x 768 Screenshots  (click thumbnail for full resolution view)
Evaluation
Demos
A document outlining the differences between the Full and Extended sets may be downloaded here.
HAUPTWERK v3 SPECIFICATION - EXTENDED SET
The philosophy behind this extended version has been to try to keep faith with the concepts of Binns’ original instrument whilst updating some of the sounds and trying to increase the range of repertoire the organ can tackle convincingly. There are several newly sampled ranks and others which make use of existing Haverhill samples - these have been repitched and reworked as necessary.

Computer requirements are higher than the Full set, as would be expected by the increased size of the instrument. However, the complete instrument may still be loaded in less than 3 GB RAM, if the option to load in 14 bit and truncate release samples is taken. For example, at 14 bit, using single loops, single releases, lossless compression and release sample truncation option 4, the complete set may be loaded in approximately 2600MB RAM. For further information on computer requirements, please consult the user manual by clicking on the link below.

HAVERHILL OIC EXTENDED SET