Loops of Organs of the 17th and 18th century!
Second part of the lovingly assembled Jacobi Collection. Organs of the 17th and 18th century! Everyone knows them but here are the originals!
How You Can Use It
This impressive collection can be used in many ways. Often you need background music in a scene or as main music in a playful media production. Not to mention holiday greetings. As a sound effect in feature films, authentic sound cannot be used often enough to adapt the scenery to the time. These machines were mainly used in the 17th and 18th century. For this reason it can be that sometimes an instrument starts to grind down a little. Tovusound have deliberately refrained from elaborate sound processing in order not to destroy this very charm. But that doesn’t mean that they kept the footage in its raw state. Every track was carefully inspected, the volume was adjusted and unavoidable sound improvement with equalizers and compressors were made in a gentle way.
Harmonipan, German Drehorgel, Ignaz Brueder, Astor, British salon organ Empire – British float cabinet, french cabinet and more..
93 Songs - In 186 meta-tagged WAV files recorded with Neumann KMR184 and Schoeps CCM as Stereo X/Y and M/S.
11 Organs - From the Harmonipan, the Ignaz Brueder & Soehne, Astor, Empire to the french cabinet, everything is there!
17 -18th century - Super rare instruments beautifully recorded. This collection charms and is unique worldwide!
About the Jacobi Collection
For some time now, interest in these hard-to-find mechanical musical instruments has been growing again. This is mainly due to private collectors who make their holdings available to the public. One of these enthusiasts was the businessman Rolf Jacobi, who together with his wife Heidi Jacobi collected this unique collection over many decades. Beginning with a little polyphony that his mother gave him, he fell in love with these sound marvels.
Tovusound is very pleased that they can now offer this unique collection to a wider public, so that these beauties do not fall into oblivion. They thank Heidi Jacobi for the permission to record these devices. Especially Rainer Scharl, who helped Tovusound with the production from the beginning. And of course to the rest of the Jacobi team.
All these songs are royalty free and can be used in all your projects without GEMA registration or reporting to other collecting society, like all the other sound effects.
This Multi Format Library (included format(s) listed in product description) does not include any playback software. A suitable software is required to load and play the sounds included with this product.
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For your own protection this library is provided as individual personalized files including a Digital Water Mark - DWM!