These are the 3rd party software synthesizers that I test The Pirate Fugues on.
The video right is a complete rendition of the songs in Singen im Advent as published by Musikpiraten e.V. For sound synthesis I have used the Blüthner Model One in Pianoteq 5. The score layout is handled by Lilypond 2.19.
MIDI control change numbers. By default, a parameter assignment has effect on any channel.
7 Volume 12 Q Factor 13 String Length 15 Sympathetic Resonance 17 Aliquot Strings 18 Quadratic Effect 19 Mute 64 Sustain Pedal 66 Sostenuto Pedal 67 Soft Pedal 69 Harmonic Pedal 70 Cutoff 72 Impedance 73 Direct Sound Duration 74 Hammer Hard. Piano 75 Hammer Hard. Mezzo 76 Hammer Hard. Forte 77 Hammer Noise 78 Character 79 Octave Stretching 80 Reverb Duration 85 Dynamics 86 Sound Speed 93 Unison Width 94 Soft Level
also supported: Pitch Bend
MIDI control change numbers.
7 Volume 11 Expression 64 Sustain Pedal 66 Sostenuto Pedal 67 Soft Pedal
Additional control codes can be manually assigned.
with stop control based on dynamics. fine tuned for a collection of organs. more here.
The mapping of dynamics to stops is defined in a GUI:
Reason is a good solution when experimenting with an ensemble of various intruments.