I have played this piece on Gedackt 8' and Gemshorn 8' in the left hand, Rohrflot 8', Kleingedackt 4', Quinta 1 1/2 and Tertia 1 3/5' in the right hand, Subbass 16', Violonbass 16' and Octavbass 8' stops in the pedals using Velesovo sample set of Hauptwerk VPO. If you like our music making, you can support us on Patreon and get free organ CD's at https://patreon.com/secretsoforganplaying
Yesterday I the morning I set up Viscount MIDI 30 note pedalboard. Had a problem connecting to the computer first because I mixed up MIDI out and MIDI in cables. At first I thought it might be the problem that I was using too many USB connections, one for each keyboard and one for pedalboard. My 7 slot powered USB C adapter hasn’t arrived yet so I had to find some substitutes which take up space and energy from the computer. Luckily, after a while I figured out which cable goes where and it worked! Both Aušra and I recorded some solo music on it and also practiced our opening chorus from Easter oratorio by Bach as a duet. Then I adjusted the manuals even further to make them easier to reach.
In the evening we had a Zoom call with a friend from a book club so we chatted about the quarantine for an hour and later watched a couple of episodes of Ozark.
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Our Hauptwerk Setup:
Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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