PEDAL
 
• 64 Resultant
• 32 Contre Bourdon
• 32 Contra Violone
• 16 Diapason
• 16 Bourdon
• 16 Bourdon Doux (Sw)
• 16 Contra Gamba (So)
• 16 Violone
• 8 Octave     
• 8 Gedackt Flöte
• 8 Gamba (So)
• 4 Choralbass
• 4 Flûte                  
• Mixture IV
• 32 Contre Bombarde
• 32 Contra Double Trumpet
• 16 Bombarde
• 16 Double Trumpet (Gt)
• 8 Trompette
• 4 Clarion
• Solo To Pedal
• MIDI On Pedal
   
SWELL
 
• 16 Bourdon Doux
• 8 Geigen Diapason
• 8 Bourdon
• 8 Flute Celeste II
• 8 Salicional  
• 8 Voix Celeste
• 4 Octave Geigen
• 4 Traverse Flute
• 2-2/3 Nasard
• 2 Piccolo
• 1-3/5 Tierce
• Fourniture IV
• 16 Contre Trompette
• 8 Trompette
• 8 Hautbois
• 8 Vox Humana
• 4 Clairon
• Celesta (So)
• Harpsichord (So)
• Tremulant
• 16 Swell
• Unison Off
• 4 Swell
• Solo To Swell
• MIDI On Swell
 
   
GREAT
 
• 16 Double Diapason
• 16 Bourdon
• 8 Diapason
• 8 Bourdon
• 8 Harmonic Flute
• 8 Gamba
• 4 Octave
• 4 Spitz Flute
• 2-2/3 Twelfth
• 2 Fifteenth
• 2 Wald Flute
• Mixture IV
• Sharp Mixture III
• 16 Double Trumpet
Chimes
Tremulant
   
CHOIR
 
• 16 Contre Viole
• 8 Holz Gedackt
• 8 Viole
• 8 Viole Celeste
• 4 Prinzipal
• 4 Koppelflöte
• 4 Violes II
• 2 Oktav
• 1-1/3 Quintflöte                        
• Cymbale III
• 16 Rankett
• 8 Cromorne
• Tremulant  
• Solo To Choir
• MIDI On Choir
 
   
SOLO
 
• 16 Gamba Celeste II
• 8 Flauto Mirabilis
• 8 Solo Gamba
• 8 Gamba Celeste
• 4 Gambette Celeste II
• 16 Tuba Mirabilis
• 8 Tuba Mirabilis
• 8 French Horn
• 8 Corno di Bassetto
• 8 Cor Anglais
• 4 Octave Mirabilis
• Celesta
• Tremulant
• Solo Unenclosed
• MIDI On Solo
 
   
COUPLERS
 
• 8 Great To Pedal
• 4 Great To Pedal
• 8 Swell To Pedal
• 4 Swell To Pedal
• 8 Choir To Pedal
• 16 Swell To Great
• 8 Swell To Great
• 4 Swell To Great
• 8 Choir To Great
• 16 Swell To Choir
• 8 Swell To Choir
• 4 Swell To Choir
• Choir Unison Off
 
   
GENERAL
 
• All Swells To Swell
• Gt-Pd Unenclosed
• Melody Coupler Ch>Gt
• Bass Coupler
• Gt-Ch Manual Transfer
• Alternate Tuning
• Tremulants Full
• Gt-Pd Mains Off
• Solo To Antiphonal
 
   
TOE STUD
 
• Zimbelstern
 
Allen Q410 Four Manual, 79-stop Organ Specifications
Using technology originally developed for our country's
space-program, computers are utilized to reproduce
sounds taken from pipe organs all around the world.  
With 79-stops, this is one of the largest organs in the
entire region, and can make hundreds of different tones,
ranging from a soft whisper to a dynamic roar.  The
new organ has four manual keyboards played by the
hands, and a pedal keyboard played with the feet.  This
organ has full MIDI capabilities which add nearly 300
additional voices to this organ.  It also features a record
and playback feature which allows the organ to be
recorded by the organist, then played at a later time by
using a remote control.  This technology gives amazing
flexibility to today’s church.
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