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Mac Mini (Mid 2011); OS 10.12.4; Finale 26.3.0.634

Inre Classic Pipe Organs inre Aria Player Instrument Controls, I need to control (turn off!) the TrmSpd (CC17) and TrmAmt (CC1).

Whereas I can control (turn off!!) the TrmSpd (CC17) I cannot control (turn off!!!) TrmAmt (CC1) for Classic Pipe Organs!

Classic (symphonic/liturgical/church) organs typically do NOT have a Trm/Tremulant! [Theater organs typcally do have a Trm/Tremulant.]

The TrmAmt setting forces the Classic Pipe Organ sounds to have an ugliness that to me makes the Classic Pipe  Organ sounds totally useless.

Q: How can I control (turn off!!!!) the TrmAmt in Classic Pipe Organs in Instrument Controls in Aria Player?

A: _____ (?)

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Classic Pipe Organ has a lot of stops and even organ types. I did not try all of them, but it appears that turning the Tremolo controls for speed and amount to zero produced a straight sound on the stop I tried. These controls are (as I'm sure you know) separate from the Ambience and Reverb effects.

 

If turning the Tremolo control dials down to zero do not produce a straight sound for you, can you give me the organ type(s) and stop(s) within those types that are causing difficulties?

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JAK: Thanx for your response. The essential problem with the TrmAmt control is that although dialed to zero it bounces back to a default setting when a song is played via the Aria Player. To me, hymns, preludes, postludes, national anthems, and pieces such as Handel's Largo (Xerxes) do not sound 'good' when a tremulant is present regardless of its speed or amount. I need to be able to dial the TrmAmt control to zero and have it stay there/not bounce back to a default setting when a song is played via the Aria Player.

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