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    Since settings are saved in the computer, and can be downloaded to the organ, I'm wondering if the files could be shared among Johannus users. I don''t see why not, and I'd be interested in swapping. I have an Opus 37.

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    Hi Gortif1,

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    Yep, this should be possible. However, I would urge caution and advise people to make a backup of their organ settings before changing them. And by backup I don't mean one copy but perhaps two. I've known people to backup their home computer only to find the backup is corrupt when they need to restore from it - lesson learnt!</p>

    You might also have a problem if someone else's Opus 37 has a few different stops to your own. The file will try and recall these different stops and will probably keel over if you try and load it to your organ. Try where possible to swap files only with those who have an identical stop list.
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    1971 Allen Organ TC-3S (#42904) w/sequential capture system.
    Speakers: x1 Model 100 Gyro, x1 Model 105 & x3 Model 108.

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    • #3
      Where can I obtain a copy of the Intonat software?

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        Your Johannus dealer can supply you. If you do not know the name of your dealer, use the factory Web site to search for one:

        http://www.johannus.com/en-us/contac...ohannus-dealer

        I can help you if the dealer is not willing or able to do so.

        I second the advice to make a backup of your voicing settings before you tamper with anything, unless you are operating on the factory voicing or are content to revert to it in case of trouble. The factory settings are stored in read-only memory and can be transferred into flash memory using Intonat if you need to do a reset.

        Whether you use someone else's file or make adjustments of your own, be sure to "send" the new intonation to the organ and then "program" the memory in order to save the settings to flash memory. Otherwise, they will disappear when the power is shut off. The Intonat directions explain these procedures.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by don60 View Post
          Your Johannus dealer can supply you. If you do not know the name of your dealer, use the factory Web site to search for one:

          http://www.johannus.com/en-us/contac...ohannus-dealer

          I can help you if the dealer is not willing or able to do so.

          I second the advice to make a backup of your voicing settings before you tamper with anything, unless you are operating on the factory voicing or are content to revert to it in case of trouble. The factory settings are stored in read-only memory and can be transferred into flash memory using Intonat if you need to do a reset.

          Whether you use someone else's file or make adjustments of your own, be sure to "send" the new intonation to the organ and then "program" the memory in order to save the settings to flash memory. Otherwise, they will disappear when the power is shut off. The Intonat directions explain these procedures.

          Hello! I live in a little town with the closest Johannus dealer 100+ miles away. Any chance I could get the software for my church? Our organ is a WM-44 LDS

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          • #6
            I thought it was available as a free download from one of their websites. Is it no longer available that way?
            John
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            • #7
              John, Intonat is available only to authorized dealers and technicians from the Web site. Customers usually buy it along with their organs, and I believe it is typically provided on a CD.

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