What's new in PAB 3.0

2019-07-19

In this blog entry we will cover in more detail the new features of PAB v3.0 and why it is significant.

Meet us at Musikmesse 2018

2018-04-10

Meet us at Hall 11.0 Booth A70 between 11-14 April, 2018 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Try our latest instruments and meet us personally on 13th-14th, April.

Special features of the MTH organ

2018-02-28

The Melbourne Town Hall pipe organ, and its virtual version, has a range of special features not usually found in other organs. The vast array of possibilities these features present can be a great aid to the organist / musician. In this blog post we will cover some of the more interesting, and perhaps unusual aspects and features.

The Scots’ Church Rieger - Part Four

2014-06-23

The fourth in a series of articles dedicated to what many regard as Australia’s finest church organ – and the story of its hard-won virtualization by Inspired Acoustics.

The Scots’ Church Rieger - Part Two

2014-05-19

The second in a series of articles dedicated to what many regard as Australia’s finest church organ – and the story of its hard-won virtualization by Inspired Acoustics.

The Scots’ Church Rieger - Part Three: Doing Scots’

2014-05-19

The third in a series of articles dedicated to what many regard as Australia’s finest church organ – and the story of its hard-won virtualization by Inspired Acoustics.

The Scots’ Church Rieger - Part One

2014-05-19

The first in a series of articles dedicated to what many regard as Australia’s finest church organ – and the story of its hard-won virtualization by Inspired Acoustics.

About semi-dry recording

2012-09-01

This article describes the main idea behind the technical approach how Inspired Acoustics virtual pipe organs are recorded.

Acoustics of the PAB organ

2012-08-01

What kind of sonic properties does a 38 ton instrument have? The article describes the PAB organ and compares its acoustical properties to the Pusztaszabolcs (PSZ) baroque organ. Frequency range, dynamics, and more.

Interview with Adam Herrick

2012-07-19

Adam Herrick (UK) introduces himself and the creation of a series of documents: the Historical Registration for PAB. The documents are available for download.