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Allen Hymn Player
Automatically plays over 150
Stop-by-Stop & Note-
Through advanced technology, Allen
organs can be voiced both on a stop-
by-stop and note-by-note basis, as
found in pipe organs. This capability
assures that the Allen Organ can be
matched to the room in which it is
installed, as well as specific musical
With full MIDI capabilities, the Allen organ's
musical versatility becomes nearly limitless.
Compatible with GM, GS as well as XG MIDI,
the Allen console is a perfect controller for
today's blended worship requirements.
Advanced full-color touchscreen control
provides organists access to the many
functions available from a modern church
organ console with an intuitive interface
and unmatched ease-of-use.
Included Stop Lists
Classic Allen - The "signature" specification
that made Allen the world's favorite organ!
Nearly 40 years before the advent of Stoplist
Library™, Allen tonal directors created the
specifications of Allen digital organs by
selecting their favorite samples from fine
pipe organs throughout the world. Tens of
thousands of Allen owners know and love
this legendary sound.
Cavaillé-Coll - Broad Montrés and dominant
fiery reeds are integral parts of Aristide
Cavaillé-Coll's tonal scheme. The genius of
this most-famous French organ builder was
his creation of the symphonic organ. The
"Grande Orgue" became an extension of the
orchestra and "a new sound for a new age.
Schlicker - The Schlicker Organ Company
specialized in instruments of Neo-Baroque
design supportive of contrapuntal music.
The European heritage of this American
organ builder is readily evident in the sound
of their instruments.
English (mainly Willis samples) -
Characterized by Diapasons and weighty
reeds, this style of organ building was
brought to its height by renowned 19th-
century British organ craftsman Henry Willis.
Numbered among his greatest works are the
organs of St. Paul's Cathedral, London and
The Royal Albert Hall.
Arp Schnitger - One of the most renowned
organ builders of the 17th century, Arp
Schnitger instruments are monuments of the
North-German School of organ building. Fine
examples of this builder's organs still exist in
Germany where Allen's sound engineers
captured their tonal beauty.
Aeolian-Skinner - Under the tonal direction
of G. Donald Harrison, this company
developed the American Classic tonal design,
characterized by firm and articulate
principals, bright mixtures and French-style
reeds. Its versatility enables the American
Classic to authentically perform a broad
range of musical styles.
Sostenuto - Optional
(ordered with optional kick switch/OST™)
Classical and Full Tremulants
Bass and Melody Couplers
Optional Stop Lists
Wurlitzer - "The Mighty Wurlitzer" was
perhaps the "gold standard" of theatre
organs during the silent movie era. Due to
Wurlitzer's "assembly line" approach to
organ building, various ranks, for the most
part, sounded very similar from organ to
Morton - Morton theatre organs "evolved"
over the course of the silent movie era.
Our digital samples are from a late 1920s
organ that used higher wind pressures
than the typical theatre organ and was
known as one of Morton's "jazzier"
Barton - Barton was mainly known in the
Midwest area in the United States. Their
most famous instrument was the theatre
organ installed in the Chicago Stadium.
Barton's were known for their "aggressive"
(option) - 6 variable stops
GeniSys Voices provide the tonal
diversity of a comprehensive stop list
to even the most modest
instruments. GeniSys Voices set a
new standard for organist-friendly
operation and include sounds that
enhance every style of worship and
• HD Sound
• 2 Dedicated GeniSys Voice Stops
per Organ Division
• Over 250 different voices - organ
stops, Grand Pianos, orchestral,
keyboard and percussion voices
• Adjustable volume and tuning per
• Voice assignments remain until
changed by organist
• Voices capture to organ pistons
• Voices can couple between
>>> More about GeniSys™ Voices
Acoustic Portrait™ - Actual Sampled Acoustics
Acoustic Portrait begins with a sampling process using impulse responses that
measure an actual room's acoustic properties. These measurements are then
stored in the organ's computer memory. Through an advanced real-time
mathematical process called convolution, the acoustics of the sampled room
actually become an integral part of the organ's sound, producing a noticeably
smoother, more natural result than synthetic reverb. Allen engineers have
recorded the acoustics of cathedrals and other acoustically desirable buildings
throughout the world. With advanced digital signal processors (DSPs) and low-
latency convolution algorithms, Acoustic Portrait reproduces the true acoustic
response of each original room with stunning realism! Each organ features 10
different Acoustic Portraits, ranging from intimate rooms to cavernous cathedrals.
In a pipe organ, as more stops are
played, the winding fluctuates
momentarily as the air pressure
builds up. This results in interesting
sound nuances (pitch fluctuations)
that have become an important part
of pipe organ sound. With Air
Regulator, Allen's digital voices react
in this same manner; a very
sophisticated, but subtle pipe organ
Allen's Proprietary DSP Technology
DSPs are programmable coprocessors that manipulate
digital signals within the organ. The advanced
architecture, processing speed, and dedicated
instruction "sets" programmed into the Allen DSPs
execute millions of instructions per second, resulting in
real-time pipe organ sounds.