POM Lutheran's Organ from the Buda Hills Area
The church is one of the traffic points of Budapest, in arround the Southern Railway Station and National Cancer Institute.

The modern church was built  in 2001, designed by László Benczúr.  

The organ was made by Miklós Gálos plans in 2002. The organ was built by the Pécs Organ Manufactory. The manufactory is Hungary's largest organ builder. They built the huge organ in the Palace of Arts Budapest too.

The recording and sample I made in 2014. Since then, I have gained more experience in sample preparation, so I decided to make a new (v2) version of the sample from the raw recording. The new version is made in surround format. 

Dominique Dantand, Gérard Lefranc, István Nagy and Andor Pecze helped me to prepare the sample. Thank you for your help.

Sample quality 
The sample sets are available in wave format 48kHz/24bit, stereo, multiple loops (1-12) and multiple releases (3 levels). Equal, a=440 Hz

The sample sets made ​​in wet stereo and surround form.  

Hauptwerk v4.2 or v5 supported for the Organ Definition Files.

Keyboards, Pedal 
The original organ compass of the manuals are 56 keys (the virtual 61 keys), the compass of the pedal is 30 (virtual 32) keys.  

RAM requirements (GB)

simple stereo



16 bit

24 bit

16 bit

24 bit

POM Lutheran’s Buda Hills Area





The data is for information only. They depend on the operating system and other apps.

Pedal  (original: 30 keys, virtual: 32 keys)

Subbass 16’, Octavbass 8'

Trompette 8’, Clarion 4'

Great  (original 56 keys, virtual: 58keys)

Principal 8', Hohlfloete 8', Praestant 4', Octavin 2'

Mixtura 2-4 f

Positiv (original 56 keys, virtual: 58keys)

Bourdon 8', Salicional 8', Flauta 4', Doublette 2', Larigot 1 1/3'

Sesquialtera 2 2/3'+1 3/5'

Trompette 8', Oboei 8'    





Audio demos
Free Download

Install the pack01 file first, then the pack02, finally the pack03 file. Order is important!
Download the patch01 ( Fixes Octavin 2 '70-a # error. Only install this after you have fully installed the sample!)

This wonderful little organ is a gift for all of us.  

In addition to this German Baroque style sample, I have the French-style Zamárdi sample set. Both organs were made by Pécs Organbuilding Manufactura. 
I made the Zamárdi-Buda composite from these two samples in order for you to be able to play a sample set that can be played by both German and French Baroque masters.