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       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

       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 [48000]

       -p <period>
              Period size [1024]

       -n <nfrags>
              Number of fragments [2]


       aeolus was written by Fons Adriaensen <>.

       This manual page was written by  Alessio  Treglia  <>,  for  the  Debian
       project (and may be used by others).