Keeping Up With jOrgan Dispositions
jOrgan disposition developers are continually introducing new dispositions (the components that jOrgan uses to look and sound like virtual theatre and classical organs) and improving old dispositions. is means that jOrgan disposition references in other sections of this Beginners Guide may be out of date. So our rst priority will be to keep the gure 2.2 as current as possible. Its contents supersede corresponding website references in the chapters that follow.
Note: the inclusion of a jOrgan disposition in gure 2.2 should not be considered to be any sort of disposition rating; rather it is a guide for beginners as to the most recent dispositions and computer congurations that the author has tested and where those dispositions may be obtained as of the revision date below.
A good source of jOrgan dispositions for those who wish to experience jOrgan consoles created by various jOrgan developers is: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/jorgan/index.php?title=Disposition
e dispositions generously made available at the above site are, as of this writing, a mixed bag.
Some work under jOrgan 3.13, some do not. Some sites, such as the linked Allman site, are currently inaccessible.
As a beginning point for locating jOrgan dispositions to try, please consider checking the sites shown in Fig. 2.2. ese dispositions did work with the indicated versions of jOrgan as of the dates recorded.