III: Baarpijp 8', Holpijp 8', Viola de Gamba 8', Fluittravers 8'
II: Roerfluit 8' (That Rwawrrr fluute, such an eargasm !)
Pedal: Subbas 16', Octaafbas 8'
Couplers: III to II, Swell box 70% closed to make that 'rwarr' flute shine!
Coming back to basics: my 1st purchased organ sample for my setup, Utrecht Dom Cathedral Batz 1831, now finally updated to version 2.5. The sample received a lot of enhancements: release behavior, less reverb for front channels in surround mode (though there is still a good 6-7s of overall reverb which makes it a tough machine to handle since the sound is still diffused). As you will notice, the foundations gained a lot of clarity and it sounds way more real. It sounds less out of tune but for me this was not a problem, an organ is an organ, at some point it HAS to be a bit out of tune, it's the unique charm of it's sound, we don't play a Steinway piano here (strict, perfect, standardized instrument) . Some of the registers were completely re-recorded and both tremulants completely re-made.
As for the tune, I fell on it randomly in one of the old J.S.B. books with already yellow pages and decided to give it a try. It's a nice warm mysterious choral, that I prefer playing slower in this registrations :).