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     Embrace the fun, and sometimes cheesy, sound from this spinet organ, believed to built in the late 70s/early 80s! I picked up this organ at a thrift shop on a whim, thinking to could be a long term tinkering project. Unfortunately, I had to give it up a little over a year later, but not before I had a chance to sample all of its sawtooth-based tones!

• Instrument/tone samples controllable via sliders and key switches

• Unique SFZ files for upper, lower, and pedal keyboards

• Vibrato and sustain controls

• Rhythm sounds, with included MIDI files that recreate the beat patterns and fills

Tech Specs:

     - SFZ Format (Level 2.0+)

     - 96 kHz, FLAC, Mono/Stereo

     - 12 MB on Disk

Works in most DAWs and notation software using Plogue's sforzando, a free SFZ player that functions as both a standalone player, as well as a VST/AU/RTAS/AAX plugin.

Current Version: 1.2.1 Version History




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©2016-2020 Michael Picher

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Plogue and sforzando are registered trademarks of Plogue Art et Technologie and Makemusic.


I have been composing original music for over a decade! My work has been heard in award-winning short films as well as audio dramas, private commissions, and performed live in concert.


To help me make my music, I create my own unique virtual instrument sample libraries, which are available for download by my fellow musicians and composers.


As a trumpet player, I have experience performing both classical music and jazz, earning awards and honors in both styles. See Full Bio