The WERSI OAS (Open Art System) digital organs are truly amazing instruments capable of producing hundreds of different sounds and effects. This showcase will take you on a tour of these instruments highlighting all the features that enable them to replicate anything from a small jazz trio to a full concert orchestra. An explanation of these features is provided and the accompanying audio examples will demonstrate their use in a variety of musical styles. So whether you are an existing player, or aspire to be, or just enjoy listening to music, I hope that you will find the showcase interesting, informative and above all entertaining. Let’s have some fun as we explore the wonderful world of WERSI.  


WERSI ORGAN SHOWCASE


PRESENTED BY JEFF ORMEROD


Curtain Up


The Orchestra


The Drawbar Organ


The Church Organ


The Theatre Organ


The Synthesiser


Accompaniments


Rhythm Design


Effects


Note Articulation


Chord Harmonisation


Backing Tracks


Sound Processing


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About The Recordings                                                       =>   How the Recordings Were Made

The Showcase Menu About The Showcase How The Wersi Organ Works About The Presenter

Introducing the Wersi Sound


Constructing a Concert Orchestra


Creating the Sound of the Hammond Organ


Creating the Sound of the Church Pipe Organ


Creating the Sound of the Theatre Pipe Organ


Creating the Sound of the Synthesiser


Composing, Modifying and Using Styles


Adding a Rhythm Section and Arpeggios


Applying Reverberation, Chorus, Dynamics & Delay


Applying Pitch Bend, Portamento and Pitch Glide


Adding Automatic Solo, Duet and Chord Harmonies


Creating and Using Digital and MIDI Recordings


Modifying and Creating New Sounds and Effects


The Showcase Finale

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© Jeff Ormerod - Wersi Organ Showcase