Opus #1 Free - The Pipe Organ

Opus #1 Free - The Pipe Organ


Opus #1 Free uses samples from a real church organ (coming from http://www.jeuxdorgues.com) for a great realistic sound.

You can download demo recordings and a trial version from http://www.refined-apps.com/opus-1
We also offer other music apps, including a version of the full Stiehr Mockers organ (the "Ultimate" version) with Midi/USB. For details, see refined-apps.com.

If you have questions, remarks or suggestions, mail us at [email protected]


-- Highlights ----------

✓ Low latency audio

Low latency audio is a weak spot of Android (see http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=3434). Opus #1 provides lowest possible latency on your device.

✓ High quality samples for all contained stops


-- Features --------

✓ Support for low latency audio on Galaxy Nexus with Jelly Beans or later. Lowest possible latency on other devices.
✓ 9 different organ ranks sampled from a real church organ (coming from Joseph Basquin / http://www.jeuxdorgues.com)
✓ 4 predefined combinations
✓ Various reverb settings (no reverb, small church, medium church, cathedral, ...)
✓ The ranks can be played together like on a real organ; up to 512 pipes simultaneously
✓ 4 1/2 octave keyboard range just like the original organ
✓ Multitouch only limited by your device
✓ Scrollable on-screen keyboard
✓ Settings for the number of displayed keys, optional vibrate on touch, ...
✓ Runs on android >= 4.0.3, phones and tablets


-- Usage Tips / Hardware requirements --------

✓ Needs ca. 9.5 MB on your sdcard for the organ samples
✓ Use headphones / external speakers for better sound; phones speakers are not made for organs
✓ For the best sound, the device should have at least a 1GHz single core processor


---- Free vs. Pro vs. Ultimate ------------

Opus #1 Pro provides all the features of the Free version plus:

✓ 15 stops instead of 9
✓ Manual + pedal
✓ Registration view
✓ Midi via USB
✓ Midi player
✓ No ads

Opus #1 Ultimate provides all the features of the Pro version plus:

✓ 21 stops (the full organ) instead of 15
✓ 2 manuals + pedal
✓ 5 combinations

-- Permissions --------

android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE to extract the sound samples onto the sdcard
android.permission.VIBRATE for vibrate on touch support
android.permission.MODIFY_AUDIO_SETTINGS for better audio support (OpenSL)
android.permission.INTERNET and android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE to load ads

Recent changes:
2.5.1
+ MIDI/USB now accepts all Roland and Yamaha devices with class "vendor-specific"
+ Changed default usb/midi in channel to omni, output channel to 0
+ Some bug fixes
+ Library updates

2.5
+ New sound engine
+ Added reverb settings (no reverb, small church, medium church, cathedral, ...)
+ Added further speed settings to the midi player
+ Library updates
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About Opus #1 Free - The Pipe Organ
Opus #1 Free uses samples from a real church organ (coming from http://www.jeuxdorgues.com) for a great realistic sound.

You can download demo recordings and a trial version from http://www.refined-apps.com/opus-1
We also offer other music apps, including a version of the full Stiehr Mockers organ (the "Ultimate" version) with Midi/USB. For details, see refined-apps.com.

If you have questions, remarks or suggestions, mail us at [email protected]


-- Highlights ----------

✓ Low latency audio

Low latency audio is a weak spot of Android (see http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=3434). Opus #1 provides lowest possible latency on your device.

✓ High quality samples for all contained stops


-- Features --------

✓ Support for low latency audio on Galaxy Nexus with Jelly Beans or later. Lowest possible latency on other devices.
✓ 9 different organ ranks sampled from a real church organ (coming from Joseph Basquin / http://www.jeuxdorgues.com)
✓ 4 predefined combinations
✓ Various reverb settings (no reverb, small church, medium church, cathedral, ...)
✓ The ranks can be played together like on a real organ; up to 512 pipes simultaneously
✓ 4 1/2 octave keyboard range just like the original organ
✓ Multitouch only limited by your device
✓ Scrollable on-screen keyboard
✓ Settings for the number of displayed keys, optional vibrate on touch, ...
✓ Runs on android >= 4.0.3, phones and tablets


-- Usage Tips / Hardware requirements --------

✓ Needs ca. 9.5 MB on your sdcard for the organ samples
✓ Use headphones / external speakers for better sound; phones speakers are not made for organs
✓ For the best sound, the device should have at least a 1GHz single core processor


---- Free vs. Pro vs. Ultimate ------------

Opus #1 Pro provides all the features of the Free version plus:

✓ 15 stops instead of 9
✓ Manual + pedal
✓ Registration view
✓ Midi via USB
✓ Midi player
✓ No ads

Opus #1 Ultimate provides all the features of the Pro version plus:

✓ 21 stops (the full organ) instead of 15
✓ 2 manuals + pedal
✓ 5 combinations

-- Permissions --------

android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE to extract the sound samples onto the sdcard
android.permission.VIBRATE for vibrate on touch support
android.permission.MODIFY_AUDIO_SETTINGS for better audio support (OpenSL)
android.permission.INTERNET and android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE to load ads

Recent changes:
2.5.1
+ MIDI/USB now accepts all Roland and Yamaha devices with class "vendor-specific"
+ Changed default usb/midi in channel to omni, output channel to 0
+ Some bug fixes
+ Library updates

2.5
+ New sound engine
+ Added reverb settings (no reverb, small church, medium church, cathedral, ...)
+ Added further speed settings to the midi player
+ Library updates

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A Google User
Aug 5, 2014
Flat! I loved this app until I realized all the pitches are a little flat.
A Google User
May 14, 2014
Polyphonic capacity is unexpected Ability to play multi note chords is impressive.
A Google User
Mar 9, 2014
:D :D
A Google User
Nov 24, 2013
Very good Very very good, same with the pitea app, the main thing it needs is some realistic (and editable) reverb because although the sound files are of sufficient quality for a mobile device, the lack of reverb is a real bummer. Not sure how difficult this is to implement, but I hope you give it a try! Thanks very much anyways, fantastic job :)
A Google User
Nov 7, 2013
Cool It's really good n functioning