GrandOrgue Organ Sample Set
|Developer||Lars Palo, Oleg Samarin and Denis Roussel|
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What is an ORGAN file?
An ORGAN file is a sample set used by GrandOrgue, a sample-based pipe organ simulator. It stores settings that configure the sound of an organ played by GrandOrgue, such as its lowest and highest key and style of organ pipes. ORGAN files also store metadata about the organ, including its builder and affiliated church.
Lars Palo, Oleg Samarin, and Denis Roussel are the primary developers of GrandOrgue. The organ simulator is a free application that allows you to re-create the sounds of actual organs on your computer.
Various users worldwide create ORGAN files to store sample sets, which are a collection of settings that, when loaded in GrandOrgue, recreate the sounds of different organs. You can often acquire ORGAN files for free and load them into GrandOrgue.
How to open an ORGAN file
You can open ORGAN files with GrandOrgue in Windows, macOS, and Linux. To open an ORGAN file with GrandOrgue, select File → Open. You can also select, File → Load or File → Install organ package.