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The GO internal MIDI player had always played (on a two manual organ) the pedals from channel 3 [for non-GO MIDI recordings]. Before 2205, events would have been matched manual assignments too - yielding to playing the pedal from two channels.

GO MIDI recordings are different, because the various GO sysex adapt the MIDI matching.

PS: If you are using an external MIDI player, please make sure, that it creates a (virtual) MIDI port, GO can connect to.

Exact same sampleset -Piotr Grabowski's Giubiasco organ, with all devices and channel assignments exactly the same.

I loaded in Widor's Tocatta, however, and the Pedal division played in that case.

Maybe I have to use and external player?
Are the MIDI files GO recordings (played back on the same or different sampleset)?
I just upgraded from Mint 17 to 18 and am having a significant problem playing .mid files. Using the same organ, same MIDI Channel Assignments and exact same MIDI File, the new built-in player no longer will play the Pedal Division.

PS - Thank you Martin for getting Grand Orgue setup instructions together for LINUX Mint 18.
English / Re: Grand Orgue not compatible with LINUX MINT 18.2
« Last post by martin on 22. December 2017, 22:06:25 »
Determine, which Ubuntu version your Linux is based and make sure, that you install GO for that Ubuntu version.

Else: You can grab the GO source package for that Ubuntu version (3 files) and compile it yourself:
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sudo apt-get install build-essential fakeroot
dpkg-source -x grandorgue*.dsc
cd grandorgue-0.3.*
dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot
English / Grand Orgue not compatible with LINUX MINT 18.2
« Last post by Pneuma on 22. December 2017, 05:46:51 »
Linux Mint fails to install in my new LINUX MINT 18.2 upgrade. Help?
French - Français / Conversion d'une banque Hauptwerk vers GranOrgue
« Last post by avoirten on 13. December 2017, 23:47:44 »
Bonsoir. Possédant la banque de son de St Michel en Thiérache qui tourne sur Hauptwerk, existerait-il une possibilité pour utiliser cet instrument avec GrandOrgue?
Forum related / Web server was down
« Last post by mike on 13. December 2017, 00:03:04 »
Due to a disturbance of our web server the MPS organ page was unfortunately
from 10 to 12.12.2017 out of service.
All forum entries and user registrations between 6.12. and 10.12.
unfortunately could not be restored.

We ask new users to register again and existing users
if necessary, re-adjust relevant forum entries.
 I really like the software grand orgue, however I have always find it hard to make the sound fit to my room. I was thinking of buying the dry version of the laurentzkerk sample set on sonus paradisi, make an appropriate odf file, and use jack to add external convolution reverb adapted to the output channels and the circumtances.

 But because those samples are so expensive, I was wondering if it was worth it to do so, and if it was even possible to achieve good result for this.

 I mean, in theory, if we have a very good impulsion response of a church, it should be possible to get a real sounding reverb using convolution.

 Also, how hard and time consuming it is to make an odf for grandorgue ?

 Also for those who own it I would like your opinion on the laurentskerk samples, I am trying to get a very complete set capable of sounding both very baroque and very french (even if actually I play only baroque)

 Thank you very much 1
Forum related / Forum online again
« Last post by mike on 19. November 2017, 14:05:04 »
The MPS GrandOrgue Forum was down for about 3 days.
After an update of the forum software to SMF 2.0.14 the forum didn't load. It showed, that the needed PHP-version is actually 5.4 and not 5.3 as promised by the update-requirements.
After updating the server software, now we have the needed PHP version and so the forum now is online again.

Sorry for the interruption.

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