Regent 356 Home installation in Berkshire September 2013
We were delighted to install a Regent 356 instrument for Tony in his home. The instrument was configured and adapted to Tony’s requirements and needs.
Tony would be delighted to welcome organists contemplating the purchase of a Viscount to explore his home installation. If you are interested to do this please first call Viscount to be given Tony’s contact information.
Below is an excerpt from Tony’s testimonial. You’ll find a more detailed account of his experience purchasing a digital organ for home use here.
Tony A, Home Customer in Berkshire
So what makes the Viscount so special? Well instead of the sound being canned, a physical model is held enabling each pipe to be recreated as if it existed. It is this model that is then edited to create the sound of individual pipe families. The resultant sound from many such pipe models then emulates exactly what a pipe organ would do with many pipes on the same wind chest. The only way Viscount could go any further would be to use the physical model to drive engineering equipment to produce the pipe and then put wind through it but then the cost would be horrendous just like a pipe organ.
The price of any solution may to some seem almost too low and especially to churches where they are perhaps conditioned to expect to pay much more. The well designed and simple range is totally computer software driven and tailorable to meet almost any requirement and at any time upgradeable so consequently this brings the cost down considerably. You do not have to choose a model that gives you what you want, you choose what you want and the model can be configured to give you what you want and at the right cost.
|Double Open Wood||32||Double Diapason||16||Bourdon||16||Open Diapason||8|
|Open Wood||16||Open Diapason I||8||Geigen Diapason||8||Gedackt||8|
|Open Metal||16||Open Diapason II||8||Chimney Flute||8||Dulciana||8|
|Bourdon||16||Claribel Flute||8||Lieblich Gedackt||8||Unda Maris||8|
|Principal||8||Stopped Diapason||8||Echo Gamba||8||Gemshorn||4|
|Bass Flute||8||Principal||4||Vox Angelica||8||Lieblich Flute||4|
|Choral Bass||4||Harmonic Flute||4||Geigen Principal||4||Flageolet||2|
|Trumpet||8||Sharp Mixture||III||Mixture||IV||Tuba Mirabilia||8|
|Double Trumpet||16||Contra Fagotto||16|
|Great to Pedal||Tremulant||Tremulant||Tremulant|
|Swell to Pedal||Swell to Great||Swell to Choir|
|Choir to Pedal||Choir to Great|