Thanks to @seangarland in the iSymphonic Thread for the heads up. This latest in Crudebyte's collection weighs in at 1.9 Gig and is for the nonce priced at $33.99 with no IAPs. Here's the official demo:
Galileo organ sounds better....price is ridiculous!
Yeah, but Galileo doesn't show you the Cathedral. And the Organ. And the Cathedral again. And the Organ again. And how about that Cathedral!
If you want the grand tour ...
The sound is more important than visuals!
Yeah @Greg, but how about that Cathedral? And the organ?
I think the Cathedral would look better if it had Audiobus parked inside it.
@Noisehorse Didn't you see that crate behind the Organ on the second 360 labeled, "Do not open until Jack dies?"
polaron's series of free organs are very very good. And they show you the original location too ;-)
polaron.de for more info.
I might spring for the "full notes" IAP of Pitea at some point, but, even as it stands, the free version is luxuriously wonderful. Doug did a demo of one of these recently (can't remember which one).
Brilliant - as Doug would say :-)
@MusicInclusive ^^I strongly second that. I sprang for the full Jeux and Menzel in addition to the free version of the Strand after watching @thesountestroom's demos. Here's one for the Menzel:
here is my demo for iCathedral Organ, Its not really anything like Galileo, which i also love
That's a lovely cathedral. And organ.
With these whoopers, me think's, we're gonna nead a bigger boat!
Thank you for the demo video, Doug. I'll have to stick with the Jeux D'Orgue and Menzel organ for now, but I can definitely see the appeal of this app, which let's you dial in your stops, effects and save your own presets.
Also nice to see the snazzy animation from their promo vid actually made it into the app