However, due to the photorealistic representation of the stops, the original sample set is a little bit hard to use. Furthermore, it does not provide portrait modes.
Therefore I created 12 new screen layouts. The landscape layout uses the same resolution as the original sample set, which is 1,000 x 1,500 pixels. The new portrait layouts are in 4k resolution with 2,160 x 3,940 pixels.
As the original couplers are missing some “standard” couplers, I added an (extended) layout implementing these “missing” couplers. In these extended layouts, I exchanged Calcantenglöckel, Windablass, Coupler 2, Coupler 3, Coupler 1ct, and Coupler 2ct with Coupler 1-P, Coupler 2-P, Coupler 3-P, Coupler 1-2, Coupler 3-2, and Coupler 1-3. I “borrowed” the engagement and disengagement noises from other Krzeszów stop and coupler noises.
Installation is straightforward: just install (and de-install) the extension as any other sample set: *Hauptwerk > File > Install organ or temperament …* A new organ will be installed: **Krzeszow Surround Extended**.
The extension will not touch the original installation. A new UniqueOrganID will be installed in parallel (Attention: the original Krzeszów sample set has to be installed!). The drawback of this approach is, that all controls (e.g. keyboards, pistons, …) have to be programmed again.
I hope that this extension will help to make the fantastic Krzeszów sample set even more attractive as it is already.
Finally, I would like to thank Jiri Zurek for providing all of these amazing sample sets and allowing users, such as I am, to create extensions.