Welcome to Copeman Hart
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When you buy a Copeman Hart organ, you are making a capital investment in every sense, and the organ becomes an increasing asset.
Because every instrument is under our total control in our workshops, we can accommodate every individual requirement: not only the stoplist, but the layout of the stops, positions of thumb pistons, etc, and style and colour of console. Our own dedicated staff handle every stage of building the organ, from initial concept to final installation and voicing.
Whether the organ is a large four-manual, or a small single manual chamber organ, the quality and care devoted to each stop will be exactly the same. Our detailed planning and co-operation with architects and consultants, whether for an enormous concert hall or a small chapel, is well known indeed. Because we go to such lengths to obtain the best possible results before, during and after the installation, we receive literally hundreds of letters of praise from clients who expected excellence and received even more.
It is important to note that a Copeman Hart organ does not become obsolete: our digital system is software based, which means we can (and do) continually incorporate the improvements that we make in voicing techniques, not only in new organs but retrospectively in our earlier instruments. Also, as new and faster hardware is developed, it is always compatible with our earlier digital organs. Thus a policy of on-going improvement does not necessitate the development of new 'models' but ensures that every organ we make is able to be up-dated. Some of our older analogue organs (all of which are still serviceable with modern components) have been 'digitised' at minimal cost when the client has wished to take advantage of our superior digital voicing.