Due to a change in circumstances, I am thinking of selling my Hauptwerk set up which I only bought a few months ago.
The computer, Keyboard stack and pedalboard have hardly been used, and it comes with the Advanced edition of Hauptwerk 4
Computer type: 'Elite Performance 64bit' by www.millennium-music.co.uk
Board and Processor :-
(a) 'ASUS P5Q Pro Turbo' and 'Quad Core Q9650 3.0ghz 12mb'.
(b) Cooling Block = 'Noctua NH-12 Pro 12cm (cube) heatpipe Cooler'
(c) 2 separate boards of '4GB ddr2 1066' boards are fitted (8 GB of memory).
3 Hard drives are fitted :-
(a) Two identical 500GB Serial ATA 7200rpm 16mb cache
(b) A 300GB Velociraptor SATA 10,000 rpm 16mb cache
DVD-RW Dual layer DVD+R 18times enables you to put your recordings on CD.
M-Audio 1010 LT which runs fine on 64bit. The card comes complete with 2 seperate cable bundles of very high quality, one Audio and one, MIDI related.
Windows Version = Windows VISTA ULTIMATE 64bit
Console: 3 Manual stack by www.Johnsorganworks.co.uk
MIDI Sequencer: built in the pc
Classic Organ Works 32 note midi pedalboard
We used it for our summer conference ( www.summerconference.org
) and I was frankly amazed at the way it supported a large congregation singing in full voice, even with a very amateur speaker arrangement.
I bought the keyboard stack new a few months back for over £600, while the pc and pedalboard were secondhand, neither had ever been used. The pc was £1750 and the pedalboard around £1,000.
I'm not sure what the arrangement is for passing on the Hauptwerk programme, but that costs about £350.
That's almost £4,000 worth, so I would hope to get £2,000 for it.