The organ at the Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine in St. Maximin, France has been sampled by Sonus Paradisi. It is a beautiful French baroque organ, which was built by Jean-Esprit Isnard in 1772 to 1775. Jiri Zurek did a great job on sampling this famous instrument. Further information can be found here.
Unfortunately, the extended version of the sample set does not provide high-resolution portrait jambs. I added these by extending the original ODF. The resolution is 4k (2160 x 3840). The extension installs with a new UniqueOrganID (1982). Therefore, it does not touch the original St. Maximin installation.
The extension requires the installation of the commercial version of St. Maximin v2. It does not work with the DEMO version!
The two screenshots show the left and right jambs. The left jamb exhibits the disengaged, the right side the engaged stops. All graphics were “photoshopped” using elements of the original sample set.
In order to facilitate manual handling the division labels function as ventils (Sperrventil) and may be used to mute an entire division quickly.