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Supporting Software
Viewer for PDF files by Adobe Inc (free)
ZIP archiver software by WinZip Computing Inc
Universal MIDI tool by Jamie O'Connell and Jerry Jorgenrud
Virtual MIDI patch cable by Jamie O'Connell
Virtual Organs
Virtual organ software by Native Instruments, based on physical modelling
Virtual organ software by Milan Digital Audio
Virtual organ software by Jim Henry based on soundfonts (free)
Virtual organ software by Sven Meyer based on soundfonts and samples
A free virtual organ software based on samplesets, distributed under GNU license
Another free virtual organ software based on samplesets, distributed under GNU license
Articles
Building organ console after AGO (American Guild of Organists) specifications
Customers' Projects and Sites
Converting an old Hammond organ to B4 using b4ce1 encoder and B4 software by Native Intruments
Building dual manual MIDI organ controller, using mkc128
Building portable B4 keyboard controller using b4ce1 and B4 software by Native Intruments
Building an Hammond B3 replica, using mkc-mg as pedal encoder
Building B4 control box based on b4ce1 to control B4 software by Native Intruments
Building mscan2-based organ console for controlling JOrgan
Building 3-manual/pedal organ console based on hwce-bundle#3 to control Hauptwerk software organ by Milan Digital Audio
Converting an old Moller console to MIDI using hwce-bundle#3 to control MyOrgan software organ
Converting an old analog organ console to MIDI using hwce-bundle#3 to control Hauptwerk software organ by Milan Digital Audio
Building MIDI interface for controling various environmental objects using mdec64dd-p
Building MIDI pedalboard using mpc32xrs
Building MIDI organ console featuring mpc32xrs-bundle#1
Building MIDI organ console featuring mpc40x (the predecessor of mpc32xrs)
Building Hauptwerk MIDI organ console featuring mpc32xrs-bundle#1
Customers'
Publications

Dave's excellent Hammond midi controller debuts
(by mate stubb
at musicplayer.com)

Building MIDI controllers for VB3 virtual Hammond organ using customized mce32064 and hwce
How to adapt Hammond B-3000 LDR Swell pedal to output voltage range (0..+5V) acceptable by MGB encoders, like b4ce1x, hwce2 or any other MIDI encoder of hwce- series.
It's Alive
(by mate stubb
at musicplayer.com)
MIDI conversion of Hammond organ using mce32064
How to adapt expression pedal of stepped-potentiometer type for use with MGB encoders, like b4ce1x, hwce2 or any other MIDI encoder of hwce- series.
Original approach for MIDI conversion of existing pipe organ keeping its original pneumatic system and using airpressure sensors installed on pipes, instead of key contacts.
Our Partners
Microtonal MIDI instruments and equipment, developed in partnership with MGB
MIDI conversion of various instruments (mainly accordions)
Manufacturing various units based on MGB designs
Selling various units based on MGB designs
Custom computer system for use with Hauptwerk and other audio software
Renovating church organs by MIDI conversion; Custom Digital Organ Solutions
Producing VirtualRoll system, using customized mdec64 chip/firmware by MGB
Selling classic organ keyboards and parts