Studio 350

With three manuals and 37 stops, the Studio 350 is the bigger version of the Studio 150. With the Studio 350, professional organists will have the perfect practice organ for their music and living rooms, but it also has a rich variety of possibilities to offer for novice organists. Solo stops such as the pan flute and trumpet can be used for hours of variation and experimentation with leading stops.

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Sleek, compact console

The modern console boasts a sleek, compact design. The Studio will definitely not look out of place in a 21st-century music or living room. It comes in four beautiful colors: Light Riverside, Black North Wood, Nautilus Teak, and Wenge. Its fresh, modern design lets the Studio blend into any interior setting. Because it does not take up much space, the organ will also find a spot in smaller music and living rooms.

Signature sound

Thanks to the ingenious technologies used in the Studio 150 and 350, it is virtually impossible to hear any difference between this digital organ and a pipe organ. This primarily comes down to the high quality of sound, which we spend each day perfecting at Johannus. Even experts are unable to distinguish the sound of an authentic pipe organ from our digital organs. Partly due to our new, in-house technology, the purity and authenticity of the organ sound can be heard in each individual note. Thanks to our on-going quest to emulate the original pipe organ sound and to find the best way to reproduce that sound, our entire range of products will help you reach the pinnacle of musical artistry. As do this Studio 150 and 350.

Four styles

The Studio 150 and 350 feature 28 and 37 stops respectively, but the variety does not stop there. After all, each stop can be played in four different styles, and an 8’ Röhrflute played in the romantic style sounds completely different than when played in the historical style. If you enjoy playing Bach, you will favor a baroque style, while Widor’s compositions sound more natural in the symphonic style.

Twelve reverb programs

The Studio 150 and 350 each feature 12 unique reverb programs as well, which lets you augment your organ playing with virtually any acoustic effect that you could think of. You might imagine yourself playing in an intimate chapel, or even sitting at the manuals of an organ in an ancient cathedral. With a choice from four different sample styles and twelve reverb programs, the Studio gives you access to a wide range of pipe organs and building types within the four walls of your own music or living room.

Versatile and affordable

With all these possibilities, the Studio offers unparalleled versatility to novice and advanced organists. High-quality sound, respectable dispositions, various styles and multiple reverb programs, all packed in a compact console at an accessible price: the Studio in a nutshell. A true Johannus to fit any music room!

 

 

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Overview

System OranjeCore™
Manuals 3
Stops 37
Ranks 47
Solo stops (Pan flute, Trumpet)
Couplers 6
Tremulants 3
You can choose between 4 languages: English / Dutch / German / French
 

Console

Dimensions  
Height (excluding music desk) 122 cm
Height (including music desk) 144 cm
Width 130 cm
Depth (excluding pedal board) 58 cm
Depth (including pedal board) 98 cm
   
Finish  
Light Riverside / Nautilus Teak
Black North Wood / Wenge optional
   
Music desk  
Plexiglas desk
   
Manuals  
Synthetic keyboards (5 octaves)
   
Swell shoe  
Synthetic swell shoe 1
   
Pedal  
30-note straight pedal board with plain upper keys
30-note concave pedal board with plain upper keys optional

30-note raco pedal board with plain upper keys

optional
   
Bench  
Matching bench
   
External connections  
MIDI (IN, MOD-out, SEQ-out)
Aux-in (stereo mini-jack)
Aux-out (stereo mini-jack)
Headphones (stereo jack)
 

Audio

Audio system 2.1
Audio control DEA™
Reverb channels 2.1
   
Reverb system  
ASR-12, 12 unique reverbs
   
Output amplifiers  
Full-range amplifiers (80 Watt) 2
Bass amplifier (170 Watt) 1
   
Sound reproduction  
Loudspeakers 5
 

Functions

Controllable functions  
o (recall/cancel)
CH (Chorus)
MB (Manual Bass)
Menu (Johannus Menu)
RO (Reeds Off)
Trans. (Transposer)
Organ volume (infinitely variable)
Reverb volume (infinitely variable)
   
Intonations  
Sample styles Romantic
  Symfonic
  Baroque
  Historic
   
Setzer memory  
Levels 75
Memory locations per level 8
Presets (PP-P-MF-F-FF-T + PL), programmable
   
Johannus Menu functions  
Demo songs
Reverb settings
Temperaments 11
Tuning (pitch)
   
Expression pedal  
General / Swell
Physiological tone control
   
Miscellaneous  
Bellows simulator
Dynamic chiff
Virtual Pipe Positioning (VPP™)
Pipelife Tuning™
 

= standard  - = not possible

 

Disclaimer: organ pictures may show accessories that are not standard.

 

Stoplist

Pedal

Principal 16'
Subbass 16'
Octavebass 8'
Gedackt 8'
Choralbass 4'
Contra Trumpet 16'
Trumpet 8'
Choir - Pedal  
Great - Pedal  
Swell - Pedal  

Choir

Bourdon 8'
Flute 4'
Nazard 2 2/3'
Flute 2'
Tierce 1 3/5'
Larigot 1 1/3’
Sifflute 1'
Mixture III
Cromorne 8'
Tremulant  
Swell - Choir  

Great

Bourdon 16'
Principal 8'
Rohrflute 8'
Gamba 8'
Octave 4'
Open Flute 4'
Twelfth 2 2/3’
Octave 2'
Cornet IV
Mixture IV
Trumpet 8'
Tremulant  
Choir - Great  
Swell - Great  

Swell

Stopped Flute 8'
Viola di Gamba 8'
Vox Celeste 8'
Principal 4'
Koppelflute 4'
Flute Twelfth 2 2/3’
Waldflute 2'
Scharff III
Fagotto 16'
Oboe 8'
Tremulant  

MIDI

MIDI Pedal  
MIDI Choir  
MIDI Great  
MIDI Swell  

Solo stops

Pan flute  
Trumpet