GrandOrgue is a sample based pipe organ simulator. When connected to MIDI keyboards and an audio system, it can accurately simulate the sound of a real pipe organ. This application has builds for Linux, Windows and OS X.


  • Play sample sets
  • GUI console

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  • Magique, tout simplement. Ca marche vraiment bien et ma fille peut travailler à la maison pour un coût raisonnable. Cool, effective... and free ! Nothing to say except bravo! My daughter plays the organ daily on grandorgue with pleasure and success.

  • Grandorgue is really mature and does the job well. It is out there for anyone wanting to own their own organ but don't have the means to buy an expensive organ.

  • Works wonderfully! I'm so glad you kept this open source alternative going, At first, I had jjack82435's problem, then I realized I had downloaded the 32bit version, when I needed the 64bit version. It would be a good idea if someone posted the links to the downloads of both versions next to each other. Many thanks again!

  • I have been using MyOrgan, and then GrandOrgue for 7 years up to now. The last versions (since 1694 64 bits) sound wonderfull with Lars Palo Burea church extended (even if we get lots of error messages when loading..!). This is really an excellent tool for practicing. It only takes some time to install it properly. Mastering the drivers is somewhat tricky, but it's worth of it! For jjack82435: take the time to understand what is occuring. Audio drivers are rather sensitive under Windows. Direct drivers work generally well, with affordable latency. If you are using a dedicated audio board, internal or external, it may be usefull to unvalidate onboard devices (configuration panel/system/components/audio). Once again, thank you very much to all members of the developpement team, your "product" is just great!

  • perfect

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