Provided by: aeolus_0.9.5-1_amd64
aeolus - synthesised pipe organ emulator
Aeolus is a synthesised (i.e. not sampled) pipe organ emulator that should be good enough to make an organist enjoy playing it. It is a software synthesiser optimised for this job, with possibly hundreds of controls for each stop, that enable the user to "voice" his instrument. Main features of the default instrument: three manuals and one pedal, five different temperaments, variable tuning, MIDI control of course, stereo, surround or Ambisonics output, flexible audio controls including a large church reverb.
-h Display this text -t Text mode user interface -u Use presets file in user's home dir -N <name> Name to use as JACK and ALSA client [aeolus] -S <stops> Name of stops directory [stops] -I <instr> Name of instrument directory [Aeolus] -W <waves> Name of waves directory [waves] -J Use JACK (default), with options: -s Select JACK server -B Ambisonics B format output -A Use ALSA, with options: -d <device> Alsa device [default] -r <rate> Sample frequency  -p <period> Period size  -n <nfrags> Number of fragments 
aeolus was written by Fons Adriaensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Alessio Treglia <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).