Randy Moe of Encore Organ Technology uses the MIDI CPU for MIDI conversions of vintage organ consoles. A MIDI organ console combined with virtual organ software like Hauptwerk can re-create the sounds of some of the world’s finest organs at a fraction of the cost.
Encore, based in Plymouth, Minnesota, creates virtual organ systems for both home and church.
Randy has completed 14 full MIDI conversions, including consoles made by Rogers, Allen, Conn, and Kilgen. He writes:
“I’ve tried midi encoders from a couple of other vendors, but I’ve settled on the Highly Liquid boards because they’re very flexible and cost effective, and–once I learned how to use them–quite easy to work with.”