kropf Posted May 20, 2007 Share Posted May 20, 2007 Here and there, reading descriptions of English organs, one stumbles about humidifiers and humidifcation systems in blower chambers of larger organs. I do not know about such features on continental instruments. I'd like to learn more about them - How do the older models work? Are there modern variants (perhaps using electronic control)? Was their existence a benefit for the organ? If not, under which circumstances? Are there certain known issues and dangers (as over-humidification or rotting of soundboards, corrosion etc.)? Many thanks to all contributors who will shed some light! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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