Melcer Chamber Music Hall
Melcer Chamber Music Hall of The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Poland
Built by
Walcker (1993)

The organ is located at The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Melcer Chamber Music Hall. It was built by Walcker company in 1993 together with other two instruments – big 55 stop organ in the concert hall and small 4 stop positiv. It got 15 stops (3 stops are borrowed) divided into 2 manuals and pedal. Manual compass is from C to g3, pedal from C to f. It got fully mechanical tracker action. Brustwerk division is enclosed.
The organ was recorded in April of 2014.

HauptwerkNachthorn 8'
Prinzipal 4'
Nasard 2 2/3'
Oktave 2'
Mixtur 1 1/3' 4f.
Trompete 8'

Brustwerk Gedackt 8'
Quintatön 8'
Röhrflöte 4'
Prinzipal 2'
Quinte 1 1/3'
Sifflöte 1'
Krumhorn 8'

PedalSubbass 16'
Gedacktbass 8'
Choralbass 4' *
Oktave 2' *
Trompete 8' *

* borrowed from Hauptwerk

Technical details

Sample rate 48 kHz
Bit resolution 24 bit
Channel count 2 (Stereo)
Tremulant model sampled chromatically
Compatible software Hauptwerk v. 4.0 or higher
Memory requirements
24 bit, all sustain samples, all release samples 3.6 GB
16 bit, one sustain sample, all release samples 1.5 GB
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