Streamtech Music’s latest sample library captures the sound of the organ housed in Saint-Jean-de-Malte church in Aix-en-Provence, France. Millennium French Organ has been developed in collaboration with a team of professional organists and media composers, and aims to deliver the ultimate film scoring organ library.
The library offers a versatile range of sounds thanks to a selection of 28 registrations, and all of the 48kHz/24-bit samples have been captured using a selection of high-end mics from the likes of Neumann, Schoeps and Audio-Technica. A choice of five microphone options are provided, with Spot 1 and Spot 2 options offering a close-up sound whilst Main and Outrigger capturing more of the room acoustics. There’s also a Surround option designed specifically for those working in formats extending beyond stereo to add some additional sense of space to their mix.
A microphone signal mixer and large Sustain parameter occupy the Main view, whilst an Advanced window offers some additional control over the samples with Release Tails and Reverb controls, as well as a selection of playable note range and latency performance options. A collection of 25 factory presets are included, providing a wide range of ready-to-play sounds right out of the box.
Millennium French Organ runs in Native Instruments’ Kontakt (or the free Kontakt Player), and requires versions 7 and above, which are supported on PCs running Windows 10 or 11 and Macs running macOS 11 or higher. VST, AU and AAX versions are available. The instrument occupies 7.9GB of disk space.
Pricing & Availability
Millennium French Organ is available now, and is currently (14 January 2024) priced at €49, reduced from its full cost of €59.