Opus 370

Thanks to its beautiful sound and contemporary console, the Opus has been the world’s best-selling Johannus organ for many decades.

Available in two- and three-manual versions, the Opus is the perfect organ, whether you are a learner or a more experienced player who simply wants to make beautiful music.

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Contemporary home organs with unlimited potential

For many decades, Johannus has surprised organists time and again with its Opus series. The concept is simple: complete home organs that offer a rich palette of possibilities. These contemporary instruments will blend seamlessly into the home of any organ lover.

 

 

Best-selling organ

It is easy to see why the Opus has been the best-selling organ in the Johannus range for many years. This traditional series with its rich versatility has been, and always will be, perfect for any organ-loving home. Smartly combining contemporary design, innovative technology and the unmistakably refined tones of a genuine Johannus instrument, the Opus 270 and 370 are a must play for today’s organist.

 

 

Take a look for yourself and discover

See this for yourself by taking a seat at the two-manual Opus 270, or the three-manual Opus 370. Cast your eye over the instrument and you will notice its diverse disposition of 36 or 42 voices (on the Opus 270 and 370 respectively), operated using illuminated tabs. You will also spot the 32-note AGO pedalboard and three wooden swell shoes.

 

 

Fall in love

But it’s only when you actually touch the manuals that you will really sense the rich musical palette that the instrument offers. Start with an adagio, with soft strings and labial voices, then end in a virtuosic presto using three rumbling 16-foot stops in the pedal. The organ’s multichannel audio system distributes your inspirational music over many built-in speakers, producing the pure and natural sound of a pipe organ. Quite simply, this is an organ to fall in love with. Whether you prefer to play American classic, baroque, historic or symphonic pieces, the Opus will respond intuitively to the registrations and settings that you select. What’s more, it will respond with overwhelming passion. In the plenum, the Opus reveals its power, while in a cantus firmus, it spreads a wonderful calm throughout your home.

 

 

Powerful but elegant at the same time

This is an organ that will make you feel completely at ease. You can throw yourself into a tutti, giving it your all, and improvising as you go. Or just take a seat behind the manuals, relax and marvel at the simple layout of the extensive options. A powerful but elegant instrument.

 

 

Pure and authentic

The difference in sound between Johannus Opus and pipe organs is very small indeed. Using Real Time Sampling technology, the Opus 270 and 370 incorporate flawless recordings of famous pipe organs, rather than relying on simulation technologies. Purity and authenticity are evident each time you touch the Opus, thanks to the new OranjeCore technology, developed by Johannus.The pure, clear sound of the Opus 270 and 370 will bring the pipe organ into your living room. In fact, thanks to the selection of styles and twelve reverb programs, you won’t have just one organ, but instead a whole range of different pipe organs in the comfort of your own home.

 

 

Choose your own color

Not only does Johannus offer a rich variety of sounds, but you can also choose from a range of colors. The console of the Opus 270 and 370 can be supplied in any color you want. That makes it the perfect instrument for your home, capable of matching almost any interior. We put a lot of thought into that, and the same applies to the design. Both the Opus 270 and Opus 370 feature sleek lines and a contemporary console. And so the Opus is always up-to-date. 

 

 

Overview

System OranjeCore™
Manuals 3
Voices 42
Ranks 55
Couplers 6
Tremulants 3
 

Console:

Dimensions

Height (excluding music desk) 48 in (122 cm)
Height (including music desk) 57 1/2 in (146 cm)
Width 55 1/4 in (140 cm)
Depth (excluding pedal board) 28 1/2 in (72 cm)
Depht (including pedal board) 46 in (116 cm)
 

 

Finish

8 standard finishes on oak
Other kind of wood or color optional
 

 

Music desk

Wooden desk
Plexiglas desk optional
Adjustable desk optional
Desk lighting optional
 

 

roll cover

Wooden roll cover optional
 

 

Manuals

Synthetic keyboards (5 octaves)
Synthetic keyboards with wooden core optional
Wooden keyboards (ebony/oak) with wooden core optional
 

 

Swell shoes

Wooden swell shoes 3
 

 

Toe studs

Brass toe studs 6
 

 

Pedal board

32-note AGO pedal board with dark upper keys
32-note AGO pedal with plain upper keys optional
 

 

Bench

Bench
Adjustable bench optional
 

 

External connections

MIDI (IN, MOD-out, SEQ-out)
Aux In
Aux Out
Headphones
 

Audio

Audio system 2.1
Surround channels 2
Audio control DEA™
Reverb channels 4.1
 

 

Reverb system

ASR-12 ™, 12 unique reverbs
 

 

Output amplifiers

Full-range amplifiers (80 Watt) 4
Bass amplifier (170 Watt) 1
 

 

sound reproduction

Loudspeakers 7
Headphones / Aux Out SSE™
 

Functions

Controllable functions

CAN(cancel)
REC (Recall)
CF (Cantus Firmus
CH (Chorus)
KT (Keyboard Transfer)
MB (Manual Bass)
MENU (Johannus Menu)
S/S (General Swell)
RO (Reeds Off)
TRANS. (Transposer)
Organ volume (infinitely variable)
Reverb volume (infinitely variable)
 

 

Intonations

Sample styles
American Classic / Symphonic / Baroque / Historic
Variations per style Standard / Solo / Trio
 

 

Setzer memory

Levels 75
General memory locations per level 8
Divisional memory locations per level 8
Presets (programmable) PP-P-MF-F-FF-T + PL
 

 

Johannus Menu functions

Demo songs 12
Reverberation settings
Temperaments 11
Tuning (pitch)
 

 

Expression pedals

PEPC™ (programmable expression pedal configuration)
General Crescendo
 

 

Miscellaneous

Bellows simulator
LiveTune™
Dynamic chiff
VPP™ (Virtual Pipe Positioning)
 

• = standard  - = not available

stoplist

Pedal

Principal 16'
Subbass 16'
Octave 8'
Gedackt 8'
Choralbass 4'
Rauschpfeife III
Contra Trumpet 16'
Trumpet 8'
Great - Pedal
Swell - Pedal
Choir - Pedal
MIDI

Choir

Bourdon 8'
Salicional 8'
Rohrflute 4'
Nazard 2 2/3'
Flute 2'
Tierce 1 3/5'
Cymbel III
Chamade 8'
Tremulant
Swell - Choir
MIDI

Great

Bourdon 16'
Principal 8'
Stopped Flute 8'
Gamba 8'
Octave 4'
Open Flute 4'
Twelfth 2 2/3'
Octave 2'
Cornet IV
Mixture V
Contra Trumpet 16'
Trumpet 8'
Krummhorn 8'
Tremulant
Swell - Great
Choir - Great
MIDI

Swell

Principal 8'
Rohrflute 8'
Viola di Gamba 8'
Vox Celeste 8'
Octave 4'
Koppelflute 4'
Flute Twelfth 2 2/3'
Waldflute 2'
Nazard 1 1/3'
Scharff III
Fagotto 16'
Cromorne 8'
Oboe 8'
Tremulant
MIDI