Zamardi-Buda Hills composite set


In 2020, my most successful and popular sample was the Zamárdi organ. This small organ was built by the Pécs Organ Building Manufactory specifically for a French-style baroque organ. The original version was also very kind, and the extended version allowed for a wide-ranging performance of French Baroque organ works. I thought about this success and remembered that in 2014 I had already made a sample of the Buda-Hills organ, also built by the Pécs Organ Building Manufactory. It is also a similar little organ with a German-Baroque disposition. I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit this sample set and reworked the raw recording to produce the v2 version.
When I was done with v2, another idea came up, these two little organs are like twin brothers, but one is French and the other is German style. These would work much better together than separately. This is how this composite was created, which I hope combines the virtues of the two organs and allows the organist to perform a wide range of German and French Baroque works.
The sample set is available in wave format 48kHz/24bit, stereo, multiple loops and multiple releases (3 levels).  Equal, a=440 Hz
The sample set made wet stereo and 4-channels surround versions
Hauptwerk v4.2 and v5 supported for the Organ Definition Files.
3 Keyborads are 58 keys, Pedal is 32 keys, the solo section is without keyboard.  

RAM requirements (GB)

Stereo version

6-channels surround version


16 bit

24 bit

16 bit

24 bit

Zamárdi-Buda  composite





The values given are for information only. They depend on the operating system and other utilities.
Specifications  (44/4+P)

Pedal  9 stops

Principal 16', Subbas 16', Quinte 10 2/3’, Octavbass 8', Bourdon 8’, Flute 4’

Fagott 16’ (from Lutheran’s Fehervar), Trompette 8’, Clarion 4’

Positiv  10 stops

Bourdon 8’, Prestant 4’, Flute 4’, Nasard 2 2/3’, Quarte Nasard 2’, Tierce 1 3/5’

Larigot 1 1/3’, Plein Jeu 3x1 1/3’

Cromorne 8’, Voix humaine 8’

Hauptwerk 10 stops

Bourdon 16', Montre 8’, Bourdon 8’, Hohfloete 8’, Prestant 4’, Doublette 2’,

Larigot 1 1/3’m Mixtura 2-4f

Trompette 8’, Voce humana 8’ (with Montre 8’!)

Brustwerk 10 stops

Bourdon 8’, Salicional 8’, Vox celestis 8’, Flauta 4’, Doublette 2, Larigot 1 1/3’

Sesquialtera, Cornet 8’

Fagott 8’, Oboe 8’

Echo 5 stops

Bourdon 8’, Flute 4’, Octavin 2’

Cornet echo 8’, Trompette echo 8’

I made two slightly different dispositions on the advice of my friends (Dominique Dantand and István Nagy). The first disposition is more German-style, the second disposition is more French-style. You can load the dispositions separately, depending on which one you need. The two dispositions have different structures and therefore have a unique identifier (Organ ID).
Audio demos
Playing Nagy István and Pecze Andor

1. You have to download and install the POM Zamárdi sample sets (full version or demo version).- If you are using the demo version, the upper and lower octaves will be missing!
2. Free download and install the Buda Hill sample set. - It is free sample set!!
3. Free Download and install the Zamardi-Buda composite set. - It is free!!  

If you buy the Zamárdi set for 69 euros, you can use a French style baroque small organ and a German style baroque small organ and a large composite that is suitable for playing all the baroque works. :)