Made in the USA: Rodgers Organs

August 15, 2012
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Rodgers, a division of Roland, is one of the leading manufacturers of digital organs for classical and church use. Making use of very high-end sampling and modeling technology, as well as advanced multi-channel sound systems to simulate the positions different ranks of pipes, they can augment a pipe organ or substitute for one altogether, even in the most critical of settings. They're also made in Hillsboro, Oregon, just outside of Portland, by a small team of lifelong career craftspeople. We take a look inside the factory, check out different models of organs, and talk to some of the brains who make it happen in these videos.
 
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