Spitfire Audio has introduced Union Chapel Organ – a new virtual instrument, based on the the organ at London’s Union Chapel.
The organ was built by Henry Willis in 1877 specifically to match the size and acoustics of the building and is one of the finest in the world. Willis also built the organs for the Royal Albert Hall and St Paul’s Cathedral.
The organ has three manuals, Swell, Great, Choir, and a full pedalboard.
Here’s a quick preview of the Union Chapel Organ virtual instrument in action:
The Organ is presented with multiple mic perspectives, with Close, Stereo, Ambient and Outriggers, and included stops are SWELL – ContraGamba 16, Open Diapason 8, Salcional 8, Vox Angelica 8, Flote 4, Mixture; GREAT – Open Diapason 8, Stopped Diapason 8, Flautodolce 8, Trumpet 8, Principle 4, Clarion 4, Mixture 3, Principle 2, Fifteenth 2; CHOIR – Claribel Flute 8, Dulciana 8, Concert Flute 4, Clarion 4, Piccolo 2; PEDAL – Bourdon 16, Open Diapason 16.
Pricing and Availability
Union Chapel Organ is available now for £149.