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This app makes the Piteå School of Music pipe organ sampleset available on iPad (2 and later) and iPhone (5 or later is recommended). The sampleset was released by Lars Palo under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license, see http://www.familjenpalo.se/vpo/download . You don't need to download the sampleset – for your convenience, all needed WAV files are contained within the app.<br><br>For more information about the app and the underlying Napo framework, please visit the support page http://polaron.de/Pitea/ , the Napo documentation at http://polaron.de/Napo/ and in particular the user manual at http://polaron.de/Napo/manual .<br><br>*** For your attention ***<br><br>This app is a huge download of about 1.5 GB. Make sure there is enough free SSD space on your device.
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I have several iOS organs and all I can say is just “wow!” It’s worth the money. I’m a big fan of Crudebyte. A huge fan in fact, but iCathedral can’t compete in my ear. Omenie is great, but their 2 organs don’t compete though they are light on the memory and processor. I truly enjoy all those apps, but this is simply a different league plain and simple. It struck me so much I tried another from this developer, the Esmuc V1, and I am equally blown away even though it’s half the price of this and has less stops. I’m a bit lost for words. If you love pipe organs, you’d be silly not to get one of these. I have a feeling that the others would be enjoyable as well even if they are of a different flavor. You don’t eat the same meal everyday, so why play the same organ?
I write to congratulate the developer for this absolutely stunning instrument. I am a professional organist and organ builder and am totally amazed at the superb results of this application. After reviewing the free version carefully I purchased the complete Pitea organ and am stunned by the result. Thank you Markus for making this wonderful instrument available to us, it’s worth every cent in cost. Adrian Ridgeway ARCM, LRAM, LLCM.
These apps are quite impressive - hook up MIDI manuals and pedal and a virtual organ on an iOS device, instant start, and no fuss. Sure, it's not as flexible as Hauptwerk but consider the cost - a great alternative for practice and live performance in venues with no instrument. I have Burea, MarcMoerd, and JDO and I'm glad because they all have their charm. If one could spring for only one of the top tier apps I suggest this one (Pitea) because it offers a variety of tonal palettes including a celeste which while maybe not of high importance to organ reform enthusiasts serves a purpose for those of us raised on American classic instruments.
If you are serious about your organ collection and finding inspiration to play organ, then this is it. Burea, Pitea and Jeux are my faves from this committed developer. You need to have at least one of his amazing apps. After trying one of these, you will be hard pressed to find a better product.
My fellow organists are astounded and amazed at the quality of sound coming from my iPad. The attention to detail of the producer is clearly evident in this and the other instruments available here.
Developed by Markus Sigg.
Pitea is ranking in Music
Last update was at Feb 25, 2019and the current version is 3.7.
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Pitea have a 3a user reviews.
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