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Viscount Prestige 100 Demo Samples (3 replies and 9 comments)
QUESTION: Does the Viscount Prestige 100 come with pre-recorded demonstration Samples, and if so, how does one access them? (I have no owner's manual so I am unable to conduct my own research on this issue.) Anyway, most instruments I have purchased in the past have at least one sample demo music selection and it cannot be removed (erased) or overwritten. Is this true for my Viscount Prestige 100?
Hello, I use an Unico organ and are familiair with the presige series. But, I have a zip file with midi files for a 3-manual Prestige organ and I have an Instruction Manual for Prestige organs for you if you are interested.
Yes, I would be very much interested! However, I am in the USA. How much of a problem would that be in getting them to me? Cost? Etc.?
Thanks for that link!
...and hereby the zip file with midi files for 3-manual organs
NB: maybe the files are infected with Covid, we are a bit late with vaccinations in the Netherlands ;(
What does "NB" stand for in the above comment? Sorry to hear about your Covid restrictions! I had Covid last March and it was nasty. As I now have antibodies, my doctor has advised me that I do NOT need a vaccination and that my antibodies are good for my lifetime.
Thanks for the above link!
I hope you enjoy. In used the Prestige midi-files and modified it slightly in order to let my Unico play with it.
Hopefully, I'll be able to get them to play on my Prestige 100. What model did you play?
Thanks so much for these links! I still don't know what "NB:" means. Might you perhaps have a clue? And how did you become so familiar with the Prestige series? I wish I could afford a Unico series organ with Physis Technology, but I could never afford one so I settled on the Prestige 100 sampled voices as it was only one available at a price point beyond my reach, but I eventually saved up enough additional funds to effect the purchase price. Thankfully, the seller held up the organ and waited three years for me to pay it off!
NB stands for Nota Bene and is an Latin phrase is means something like: in addition....
I used a Prestige prior to the current Unico400 and still have this info on my laptop.
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