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The jOrgan Guide for Beginners by Bill Skees

  • Volume 1 Discusses the different roles that jOrgan fulfills (Section 1.1-10.5)
  • Volume 2 Illustrates more sophisticated implementations of jOrgan (Section 11.1-15.3)
  • Volume 3 Step by Step guidance in installation and operation (Section 16.1-19.8)
  • Volume 4 Appendices and glossary. Section E2 onward discusses jOrgan on Ubuntu linux (Section A.1-F.4, Gloss. 1)

Instructions by Bruce Miles

Building your first custom jOrgan fluidsynth disposition, by GrahamG

Basics for understanding the MIDI Messaging protocol

Working with other programs

Tutorials related to using jOrgan on various software platforms and with various MIDI receiving applications.

Configuring operating systems

Tutorials related to installing and configuring various operating systems for jOrgan.

Building a console

Tutorials and schemes related to using jOrgan for driving a physical console.

Reverb, Synthesis, Soundfont and Disposition Techniques

The following documents are available for viewing and download through links at Stratman Virtual Instruments: Documents page

  • Making the Most of Fluidsynth Reverb
  • Impulse Responses for Use with Virtual Organs
  • Synthesizing Organ Sounds, Third Edition
  • NEW! jOrgan and Soundfont Tips and Tricks, Second Edition (2.01)
  • Understanding and Replicating Pipe Organ Tremulants A collection of observations on pipe organ tremulants, how to analyze them, and how to replicate them with settings in the soundfont (in Polyphone) and jOrgan.
  • Generic Dispsosition A blank disposition with stops already linked to ranks, a transposer, expressions for each division, tremulants and presets. All that's missing is a soundfont, midi codes in the ranks, and a skin.