The Wyvern Koralia 340 is a luxury three manual organ in a high quality oak console with understated good looks. It is fully equipped with locking solid oak roll top, adjustable music stand (with optional integral LED lighting) and a full 30 note radiating and concave pedalboard. The clean lines and abundance of solid oak give it an unmistakable air of style and quality. The keyboards are a delight with a crisp upper touch. For home installations the organ has an impressive internal audio system with 6 channels and 14 speakers on four planes.
The organ has 40 speaking stops each with character and voiced in traditional British genre (British spec. listed here). In addition the organist can select three alternative specifications: French, German, and Dutch each having its own sample set. There is a comprehensive array of general and departmental thumb pistons. There are two expression pedals with traditional oak pedal shoes with the option of an additional crescendo pedal. Either pedal can be assigned to any number of departments, so for example the organist can enclose the Great and/or Pedal if required.
Recordings have been made of individual stops taken from renowned pipe organs. Analysis of the sampled stops have enabled us to faithfully store the nature and timbre of the original in the organ memory. Powerful memories and dramatically faster processors allow swift data processing, creating a degree of realism hitherto thought impossible.
The back lit display shows settings for transposer, piston memory, tuning and temperament, manual inversion and tremulant set up. Other voicing parameters include adjustments for pitch, wind noise, wind demand and regulation control for stop and individual note volume. An in built personal controller incorporates voicing tools that allow the organist to regulate the organ on a note by note basis. Individual stops can also be changed to suit personal preferences.
This organ can be ordered at additional cost as a dual purpose organ with a theatre specification complete with traps in lieu of the Dutch organ.