Organum Venezia

Organum Venezia

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Organum Venezia - a must for every Classical/Church Pipe Organ player, and lover of the romantic French type church organ sound!

“Organum Venezia” is a virtual church organ. Actually located and recorded near Venice (Italy), it reflects the characteristics and sound of a typical French romantic organ like the ones built by Cavaillé-Coll and Puget.

The instrument was built by Andrea Zeni Tesero (Trento) in 1999, honoring the 100st anniversary of Cavaillé-Coll's death.

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We captured the sounds of every pipe and more importantly, the ambience of the church in which it is located, using professional and meticulos microphone techniques. Every detail of the sound, the “breath” and “colour” of each single stop was captured to recreate a charming and evocative atmosphere that only the “King of Instruments” has to offer. From the majestic “Tutti” to the most tender “Flute” and the bright “Reeds”, every sound is at your fingertips and will make you feel like you are standing right in that most enchanting cathedral!

The library features ready-to-use, pre-programmed combinations.

Organum Venezia Interface

Stops available to choose from:

  • Tutti (combination)
  • Combi Funds 8 (combination)
  • Combi Flutes 4 (combination)
  • Combi Ripieno (combination)
  • Combi Reeds (combination)
  • Old Chappel (special “old style” stop)

Grand Organ (GOR) manual stops:

  • Basson 16
  • Trumpet 8
  • Flute 16
  • Montre 8
  • Prestant 4
  • Plein

Positive (POS) manual stops:

  • Oboe 8
  • Flute 8
  • Octave
  • Nazard
  • Celeste

Pedal (PED) board stop:

  • Flute 16

Organum Venezia was developed by V3SOUND in collaboration with “Symphonia Concert Library” and Best Service

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In summary, Organum Venezia is an excellent and authentic sounding organ with 18 freely combinable stops that are very distinguishable and sound great in almost any combination. The overall sound is nicely balanced across all 88 keys.

Apart from a bit of confusion regarding the implementation of the organ’s room tone, I absolutely love the sound of it. This lush reverb sound glues everything together and adds a lot to the majestic quality of the organ.

Besides the great sounding Combi and single stops, my absolute favorite clearly was the sound of the Tutti. It just sounds massive. You seem to feel the thrust of the pipes blowing in the church, you can really hear them breathe. This feeling of air vibrating through the hall had a very overwhelming effect to me and made playing with this library a real pleasure.

In comparison to other church organ libraries I tried, I felt that this particular one was less honky in the mids. Usually this is quite an issue with organs, especially when a lot of notes build up in the middle register.

Of course, there are some technical downsides to this instrument, like the pitiful absence of keyswitches to control the combination of stops while playing. This issue could (and should) easily be fixed with a small update from Best Service in my opinion.

The missing velocity sensitivity and round robins positively reflect the instrument’s size and – to be honest – aren’t really apparent unless you play very fast repetitions of single notes. Another positive thing to mention is the very low CPU footprint of this instrument. It can easily be integrated into existing projects without causing the processor to get to it’s knees.

With a price tag of 89$, this instrument is far more favorable than comparable products of other sample library developers like Toontrack, ProjectSAM or Hauptwerk’s flagship virtual organ. The bottom line is that with Organum Venezia, you’ll get a lovely, versatile and authentic sounding virtual pipe organ for a very reasonable price.


full review by Martin Krause for The Audio Spoltlight

Flag DE spaceBuenas Ideas / 11/2015

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Wer eine hervorragend klingende Orgel sucht, deren einzelne Register frei kombinierbar sind und die noch dazu mit einem erstklassigen Raumklang versehen sein soll, der MUSS hier zugreifen. Der Klang ist voluminös und kräftig und man hat den Eindruck sogar den Druck, den eine große Orgel erzeugt, wirklich spüren zu können. Und das mit einer äußerst geringen Speicher- und CPU-Last. und eben diesem absolut authentischen Hall einer Kirche,

Einzige Wermutstropfen: Registerwechsel sind nicht aufzuzeichnen und der Preis, der meiner Meinung nach für eine solche „kleine“ Library durchaus ein wenig niedriger hätte sein dürfen, aber immer noch als angemessen gelten darf.


Kompletter Test für Organum Venzia bei Buenas Ideas


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Fazit (Auszug)

Die Audioqualität spielt sich auf zeitgemäß hohem Niveau ab. Die Samples sind sauber, der Klang der Orgelpfeifen wird Note für Note individuell, transparent und detailreich wiedergegeben. Insgesamt bietet Organum Venezia einen über alle 88 Tasten ausgewogenen, überzeugenden und authentisch wirkenden Klang.

Unterm Strich erhält man für einen sehr kundenfreundlichen Preis eine klanglich vielseitige, charismatisch klingende Kirchenorgel, die auch eine bereits bestehende Auswahl an Alternativen ihrer Gattung bereichern kann.


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Wer ein nicht alltägliches Instrument sucht, welches wenig Speicherplatz benötigt, einen moderaten Preis hat und für Gänsehautfeeling sorgt, ist mit der Organum Venezia Software sehr gut bedient.


Kompletter Organum Venezia Test bei Digital-notes


The following reviews have been placed by customers who also bought this product from us. All reviews are provided through eKomi, Europe’s largest independent customer review company.

5.0 of 5  
30.11.2022 Sprache: deutsch

Klasse Orgelklang zum sehr günstigen Preis

5.0 of 5  
23.02.2022 Language: englisch


4.0 of 5  
04.08.2020 Language: englisch

I think that pipe organs are one of the more difficult instruments to record authentically. Each of these instruments is installed in a specific space. If the recordings include the space, then it will be tough to mix it with other sounds. If the records are close-miked, they don't sound like what a listener would hear.That being said, *** Venezia does a decent effort of balancing these challenges with getting a good cross-section of stops or ranks (the sounds on a pipe organ). I am certain that this library will be in use on upcoming recordings -- especially while it is so difficult to record these actual instruments due to the pandemic.


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  • macOS 10.14 - macOS 13
  • 64 bit
  • Apple Silicon (support via Rosetta 2)
  • Intel Mac
  • 2GHz
  • RAM: 2GB


  • Windows 8-11
  • 32 bit & 64 bit
  • Intel Core processor
  • 2GHz
  • RAM: 2GB 

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