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Volume Five
Issue Seven

The Control Room - Richard Mogridge, Webmaster
Console Up! - Tom Hoehn, Assistant Webmaster
The Skandia WurliTzer - Per Olof Schultz, Associate Editor
MidiTzer Boot Camp - Russ Ashworth, Associate Editor
Mighty Hauptwerk - Jim Reid, Associate Editor
Desktop Goodies - Fred Willis - Founding Father
NYTOS Field Reporter - Eugene Hayek - MidiTzer and WurliTzer


ORGAN OF THE MONTH

Click here to learn more about the 3/12 Mighty Möller Theatre Pipe Organ instaled at the Rylander Theatre in Americus, Georgia.
3/10 Mighty Möller Theatre Pipe Organ
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Summer in the Desert
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Click here to learn more about the Bone Doctor, Executive producer for Walnut Hill Productions.



Opening Message

Welcome to the Walnut Hill Gazette. The month of July sees the site reaching over 70,460 visitors, the average being around 1,000 visits per month. During 2007, we broke an attendance record with 26,442 viewers. Many of these folks are young people from the large art communities in cyberspace, where we have built portal pages such as those at deviantART and Renderosity, to name a few.

On July 5th, someone took it upon themselves to down our server in the middle of the night with the front panel switch instead of going through the start menu. There were several threads running on the machine at the time. Suffice it to say that a considerable amount of damage to the file system resulted from this. As a result, we will get further behind as we attempt to repair the damage done. The logic behind this action was stated as "the machine uses too much power if left on." We ran some calculations and determined that it costs about five dollars a month to let it run, and each time it is shut down, about that much cost in wear and tear damage occurs. Some things make absolutely no sense.

July has been a very interesting month. There has been lots of rain in the desert, accompanied by some intense thunderstorms. This has caused some flooding in the city and it has also wreaked havoc with our internet and telephone services. Getting new material on the website has been iffy at best, but we seem to be moving into a period of drier weather. The good part of all this is the many fires burning around us are now largely under control at Mother Nature's helping hand, and the lakes and streams are full once again. Also, we have our mighty organ singing again!


Repairs Made To Mighty Conn

On July 20th, just one day before my father's 85th birthday, my good friend Cyrus Roton helped me get the Mighty Conn 650 Analogue Electronic Theatre Organ going again. One of the switching transistors in the Great 2-2/3 Tibia had burned out and a coupling capacitor in the power amplifier had failed. She is once again singing out in all her majesty. New YouTube videos are being posted, one of which can be seen above.


Major Flooding In Ridgecrest

The City of Ridgecrest in Kern County, California received over one and one half inches of rain Sunday, July 20, 2008. The unusually heavy rain fell in a short period of time, triggering major flooding within the city. Disabled police vehicles, flooded residences, businesses and road closures were commonplace. Most people showed some form of excitement seeing roads turn into rivers.

David Johnson, a reporter who delivered this footage for the internet news IReport, told us this: The streets I know of that were affected are Downs, Upjohn, Sierra View, Norma, Las Flores, Drummond, Atkins, China Lake Blvd., Ridgecrest Blvd., Church, California, Gateway, College Heights, Highway 178 heading towards Trona, Boman and, of course, Balsam Street. I'm sure there were other areas, but these are the ones I know of.

I walked into affected areas, shot what I could, then exited. Having suffered some loss myself, shooting others misfortunes is a difficult choice to make while covering disasters sometimes. It's always a pleasure to donate what I can to law enforcement, fire and EMT personnel.

Fellow IReport member RCarmygrl20 told us this after seeing the footage: WOW! I've lived in Ridgecrest my whole life until I joined the Army. I'm 21 and have never seen it get that bad. The most I remember is a little flooding down on China Lake Blvd. Wow! My mom sent it to me all the way over here in Korea and I was just blowen away. Wow!

Fellow IReport member deadhead told us this: I live on a street shown in the video, and the volume of water was simply unbelievable. We shot some stills, but this video really gives a perspective of what we endured. Thanks so much for posting this! BTW, I observed lots of folks throughout the neighborhood offering a helping hand to those in trouble.

Unfortunately, a few knuckleheads in their fast-moving vehicles (mostly four-wheelers) created wakes of water that surged into many residences, which was the biggest complaint from those whose homes were threatened. We were fortunate to be home during the storm and sandbagged the house in time to prevent any real water damage beyond some mud and debris. Gotta get my kids to see this video (they've since moved away)... They won't believe it!

Since Casa Todd is in one of the highest parts of the city, we were unaffected by the flooding. However, the internet was out for the bigger part of four days as waterlogged underground cables and a huge increase in bandwidth usage caused major congestion of the system. We simply do not have rain like this in Ridgecrest, expecially during this time of year.


Moving To Sweden In 2009

Click here to learn more about the Skandia 2/7 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ being restored in the City Hall of Stockholm, Sweden.
Skandia 2/7 Mighty WurliTzer Console

Walnut Hill is on the move again, this time overseas. The move will take place sometime in the summer of 2009, hopefully at the end of May. Details are not clear yet, but we can tell you that we are relocating to the Stockholm, Sweden area. This will afford us the opportunity to help out with the only known instrument of its kind in the country, the 2/7 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ now being restored for possible reinstallation in its original home in the Skandia Theatre. Stay tuned as the story unfolds. Click here to learn more about this wonderful little TPO and the folks who love her and are working hard to bring her back to life.


Website Feature Updates

Click here to see the Poor Man's Pipe Organ Convention.
May 2008
Click here to see Ian McLean's converted Rodgers 340 Custom VTPO project.
June 2008
Click here to see the 3/10 Mighty Möller Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Rylander Theatre in Americus, Georgia.
July 2008
Click here to see the Rosen Roxy 2/11 Mighty WurliTzer
August 2008

We have been working overtime to catch things up on the site, and major progress has been made in our Featured Organ of the Month section on our May, June and July articles. We have even posted the August feature ahead of time. Many pictures and lots of text have yet to be added, as well as a massive amount of new recordings which are still in the editing phase waiting to be posted. But we are making progress, slowly but surely. Some of this progress has already been made with the addition of four songs from the Rosen Roxy 2/11 Mighty WurliTzer featured in August. Enjoy!


Closing Message

I want to thank each and every person who visits this site during this Summer Season and beyond. Without you, our loyal patrons, there would be no Walnut Hill. We are indeed making a difference in the Land of the King, preserving a wonderful and important slice of American and World History. Blessings be to one and all.

Richard Mogridge
Webmaster/Executive Producer
Walnut Hill Productions
Ridgecrest, California



HEADLINE NEWS


New Video from the Bone Doctor at YouTube!
Pipes of the Astral Temple

This is the Bone Doctor at the console of the 4/89 Mighty Allen Digital Classical Organ installed at the Naval Air and Weapons Station in China Lake, Ridgecrest, California. He is playing a song from Regelia Prime entitled Pipes of the Astral Temple. Click here to learn more about this wonderful instrument and listen to more selections from the Good Doctor at the console. Enjoy!


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TOSI NEWS


Mighty Theatre Pipe Organs
Damaged By Major Flooding
Downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Click here to download a 3072 x 2304 JPG image showing the remains of the Mighty WurliTzer and Paramount Theatre destroyed by flooding in Cedar Reapids, Iowa.
Remains of Mighty WurliTzer console
at the Paramount Theatre.

A sad day in the Land of the King saw the loss of two Mighty Theatre Pipe Organs and the venues where they lived in during the recent flooding of downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Click here to download a 500 x 392 JPG image showing the damage to the theatre, including distruction of the stage and loss of the 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ console at the Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, Iwoa.
The damage to the Paramount Theatre auditorium.

In the picture above, we see the damage to the Paramount Theatre, including the distruction of the stage and loss of the 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ console.

In the picture below, we can see from an airplane fight over downtown Cedar Rapids just how extensive the damage is. Note that traffic is still moving along the freeway, one of the few structures in the city still above water. This truly is a major tragedy.

Click here to see a 600 x 400 JPG image of the flooding in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Flooding in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Though folks in the Land of the King are greatly disturbed by the loss of these instruments, an even greater sorrow is the loss of all those homes and businesses in the Cedar Rapids area, many of which were not insured. Although the property is now gone, the banks are still expecting payment. This is a travesty beyond words. It is hard to imagine how these hard working people will cope in the face of such wide scale destruction, but Iowa is blessed with strong determined people. Our hearts and prayers go out to them as they struggle to rebuild their city and their lives.


Mighty WurliTzer and Grande Barton organs
to be stored at The History Center

By Adam Belz for The Gazette

CEDAR RAPIDS - Cedar Rapids' two original theatre organs, rare treasures that were damaged by the flood, will be stored at The History Center, 615 First Ave. SE, while their caretakers determine whether they can be restored.

The consoles — or keyboards, controls and seats — of the Paramount Theatre's 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer and the Iowa Theatre's 3/14 Grande Rhinestone Barton pipe organs were both damaged.

"We don't currently know how much of the original consoles can be preserved," Neal Marple, secretary of the Cedar Rapids Area Theatre Organ Society, said in an e-mail.

The two organs are among about 40 in the country that remain in the theaters they were built for. They were once used to accompany and provide sound effects for silent movies.

Click here to download a 1600 x 1200 JPG image showing the Paramount Theatre's 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Balaban 1A console.
3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Balaban 1A console.

The Paramount Theatre's 3/12 Mighty WurliTzer Balaban 1A was installed when the Paramount opened in 1928.

Marple said neither instrument has a price tag because their value lies in their location and their originality to the theatres.

Click here to download a 1600 x 1200 JPG image showing the Mighty WurliTzer console after removal from the flood damaged theatre.
Flood damaged Mighty WurliTzer console.

The Mighty WurliTzer organ was removed from the Paramount Theatre on June 18. The Grande Barton organ was removed from the Iowa Theatre on Tuesday. That removal was sponsored by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. What happens next for the Mighty WurliTzer depends on what happens with the Paramount. The city of Cedar Rapids owns the theatre and the organ.

Click here to download a 930 x 850 JPG image showing the Iowa Theatre's 3/14 Grande Barton console.
3/14 Grande Barton console.

The Grande Barton console was damaged by the floodwaters, but the impact to the organ was not as visible and dramatic as the Paramount’s Mighty WurliTzer. The Barton console, hit with 4 feet of floodwater, remained standing on the 4-post Barton lift unlike it’s sister at the Paramount which was toppled over and tossed around, subjected to 8.5 feet of water and weakened significantly by the experience.

Click here to download a 640 x 453 JPG image showing the flood damaged Grande Barton console after removal from the theatre.
Flood Damaged Grande Barton console.

To see a complete photodocumentary of the damage to these instruments and the movie palaces they once lived in, click here. Be warned. The images are very graphic, enough to make any TPO buff cry like a baby.

The Iowa Theatre's 3/14 Grande Barton organ is owned by Cedar Rapids Barton Inc., a non-profit group formed exclusively for the maintenance and preservation of the organ. That organization and the Cedar Rapids Theatre Organ Society have set up an organ restoration fund. Gifts are tax deductible, and donations can be submitted by visiting www.cr-atos.com. You can also send a donation via PayPal by clicking the "Donate" button below:


Website Hit Count
Since Founding Day 04/02/2004

Click here to visit the Walnut Hill Office of Operations.
The Main Data Server at Walnut Hill.

The figures below represent the approximate daily hit count for the site since going online on April 2nd of 2004. Counter checks begin around ten in the morning and end around ten in the evening, Pacific Daylight Savings Time. Currently, that total stands at over 70,460 happy campers in the Land of the King!

  • 07/01/2008 - 69,372
  • 07/02/2008 - 69,411
  • 07/03/2008 - 69,441
  • 07/04/2008 - 69,472
  • 07/05/2008 - 69,511
  • 07/06/2008 - 69,546
  • 07/07/2008 - 69,579
  • 07/08/2008 - 69,611
  • 07/09/2008 - 69,638
  • 07/10/2008 - 69,671
  • 07/11/2008 - 69,720
  • 07/12/2008 - 69.753
  • 07/13/2008 - 69,792
  • 07/14/2008 - 69,844
  • 07/15/2008 - 69,882
  • 07/16/2008 - 69,927
  • 07/17/2008 - 69,976
  • 07/18/2008 - 70,030
  • 07/19/2008 - 70,079
  • 07/20/2008 - 70,122
  • 07/31/2008 - 70,461
  • 07/21/2008 - 70,153
  • 07/22/2008 - 70,168
  • 07/23/2008 - 70,214
  • 07/24/2008 - 70,247
  • 07/25/2008 - 70,272
  • 07/26/2008 - 70,308
  • 07/27/2008 - 70,342
  • 07/28/2008 - 70,387
  • 07/29/2008 - 70,424
  • 07/30/2008 - 70,442


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Slow Dog's Place on YouTube

Click here to visit the Slow Dog's Place on YouTube!

There are now 24 videos featuring the Mighty Conn 650 Analogue Electronic Theatre Organ now available for audition at The Slow Dog's Place on YouTube. Click here to view them all. Stay tuned for more in the days ahead.


Walnut Hill Productions To Move In 2009

Walnut Hill Productions has been operating at Mister Todd's residence in Ridgecrest since October of 2007. This location, though serving us well, was known to be temporary at best. Operating the fledgeling company is continuing to be quite difficult and expensive, and things have changed in the Bone Doctor's life that spell major changes and historic events in the near future.

Click here to visit the official City of Ridgecrest Website.
Ridgecrest
as seen from the air.

Our stay in Southern California has been both productive but difficult. We have managed to visit several wonderful installations in the area and also be active in the local Ridgecrest Organ Club. However, it has been hard to juggle editing time with household time while doing production, thus we have gotten way behind on many things pertaining to the site.

We cannot determine exactly how long Doc will be at his current location in Ridgecrest, but it is expected that he will remain here until the latter part of May, 2009 when we expect him to be on the move again, this time to the Stockholm, Sweden area.

Click here to visit the official Stockholm, Sweden Website.
Downtown Stockholm, Sweden
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One of the reasons Doc is moving to Sweden is to help fellow Walnut Hill Organ Club and Wall of Fame member Per Olef Schultz with the restoration of the 2/7 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ, this being the only one of its kind in the entire country, which originally had a home in the Skandia Theatre in Stockholm. Our goal is to see this great instrument returned to the theatre.

Doc and Tom Hoehn have created a Pay Pal account for easily and securely receiving contributions from all who want to see this relocation take place, which will allow Walnut Hill to make major strides forward for the King of Instruments.

Funds received during the First Fund Drive: $2,205.00

Click here to contribute to the Relocation Fund Drive by emailing the Bone Doctor at PayPal.

Below is a listing of those who have genorously contributed funds and items to date:

Name

  • Tom Hoehn
  • Gareth Howells
  • Jim Reid
  • Cyrus Roton
  • William Spalding
  • Larry Chamberlin
  • Kent Allman
  • Fred Willis
  • Joseph Loewy
  • Ronald Shreve
  • Dan Rowland
  • Eleanor Winnemore
  • Earl Hurty
  • Edward Burnett
  • Charles Walls
  • David Knudtson
  • Frank Towle
  • Charles Ekstrand
  • Erika Laur Rosenbäck

Amount

  • $ 50.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $450.00
  • $500.00
  • $100.00
  • $100.00
  • $100.00
  • $200.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $ 25.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $100.00
  • $ 35.00
  • $ 50.00
  • $100.00
  • $ 25.00
  • $ 20.00
  • $100.00
  • $100.00

Method

  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • Check
  • Check
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
  • PayPal
Name
  • Bob Upward
  • Paul Kealy
  • Fred Willis
  • Mister Todd
Item
  • Zoom H4
  • Conn 650
  • A/V Gear
  • Office
Description
  • Recorder
  • Organ
  • Studio
  • Residence

These most kind and generous folks have earned memberships in the Walnut Hill Organ Club and will be notified of their membership status when the club goes official after the move to Sweden. We have decided to push forward with the organization while awaiting an ATOS charter. We will post our progress in the Gazette during the fledgeling phase of this project.

We still need to find ten ATOS members who want the charter. When the chapter is official and viable as a public entity, Club members will receive printed certificates and membership cards, plus access to the WHOC online community via direct email notifications. This is just a small token of appreciation for all who are making the Walnut Hill website possible and freely available for the world to enjoy.

Second Relocation Fund Drive Now Open

Permanent office and residentual space is needed once Doc arives in the Land of the Midnight Sun. There will be friends waiting for him once he arrives there, so the transition should not be that dificult. However, the move is expected to be rather expensive, roughly estimated to be around two thousand dollars. Further details about how we intend to accomplish this lofty goal will be released later in the year, around the later part of October. Once this new location is known, we will update the Office address and phone numbers posted throughout the site.

Most of the company's original equipment was left in Tennessee due to the high cost of shipping it to the current California location. These items must eventually be shipped to Sweden or replaced. Many have aready been replaced, but some of these will remain in California when we travel to Sweden, such as the Conn 650 Analogue Electronic Theatre Organ which was a gift from fellow Wall of Fame member Paul Kealy. The Mighty Conn, which would be prohibitively costly and too fragile to ship, will be replaced with a computer system running the Mighty MidiTzer.

Below is a partial listing of the items we need for the studio in order to get back to the recording sessions Doc would like to complete, including albums from the Sub Urban Cowboys and Doc at the Mighty MidiTzer.

  1. Schector Precision Replica Electric Bass Guitar (Ship to Sweden from Tennessee)
  2. Yamaha FG335 Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (Ship to Sweden from Tennessee)
  3. Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar (Ship to Sweden from Tennessee)
  4. Computer system for VTPO and at least two 61-note MIDI manuals and a 32-note MIDI pedalboard.

Anyone can contribute as much or as little as they see fit by clicking the "Make a Donation" button above. You can also send checks via standard mail to the following address, should you choose to not use the Pay Pal account. Please make checks payable to Richard Mogridge, with the words "Relocation Fund" in the memo line. The address is:

Richard Mogridge
Walnut Hill Productions
1229 Sims Street
Ridgecrest, California 93555

If you have questions about the relocation fund, you can call the Bone Doctor at the Walnut Hill Office of Operations to learn more. That telephone number is 1-727-230-2610.

All contributors will get recognized at the site should they choose, or they can remain anonymous, simply by letting the Bone Doctor know their preferences via email.

This is yet another major move forward for Walnut Hill Productions, one of the fastest growing TPO sites on the internet. Become a part of history by making your donation today. Please help us to continue the work we are doing as we continue to grow, adding new features and more services such as broadcasting audio and video for all to enjoy. You'll be glad you did.

We are thanking you in advance for your generosity and support in this grand endevour.



EDITORIAL ARTICLES




ADVERTISEMENTS


Below are to be found links to the folks who sponsor this site and also those who freely promote the King of Instruments, the Mighty Theatre Pipe Organ. To find out how you can get an ad placed here, see the contact information for the Walnut Hill Office of Operations shown above.


Click here to see the Rain Woman's collection of specialty mechandise from Regelia Prime for sale at Café Press!

THE RAIN WOMAN
~ Style Store at Café Press
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Click here to see products featuring the Rain Woman's artwork.Click here to see products featuring artwork from the Whacky Wood.Click here to see products featuring the Barefoot Doctor's TPO pictures.

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Click here to visit our gracious hosts at VintageOrgans.com today!


See and buy all kinds of musical equipment. Click here to visit Allman Music today!

Learn about the next big thing in Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ Technology. Click here to see the complete line of Virtual Theatre Pipe Organs available for download at Allman Music!
Richard "Kent" Allman at the console of his
Symphonic IV Virtual Pipe Organ for jOrgan.



Mighty MidiTzer Style 216
Version 0.8 Now Available!

Click here to get your copy of the Mighty MidiTzer by Jim Henry and Crew Glasjev.

Download MidiTzer Version 0.881

Did you ever imagine you could put a Theatre Pipe Organ inside your computer? Well, now you can, with the Mighty MidiTzer by Jim Henry and Crew Glazjev. Best of all, it is absolutely free!

Just click the picture to the left to get started on your way to playing the Style 216 2/10 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ virtually every day!

Listen to the Mighty MidiTzer!

Below are some cuts from various Featured Artists here at Walnut Hill that will give you an idea of what the Mighty MidiTzer sounds like.

  1. The Bone Doctor - Higher Ground
  2. Tom Hoehn - Crazy
  3. Gerhard Kletchowitz - Little Orphan Annie
  4. Frank Vanaman - The One I Love



Mighty MidiTzer Style 260 Special
Version 0.86 Now Available!

Click here to download a very large 5783 x 7483 JPG image colorized by Walnut Hill Founding Father Fred Willis showing the console of the Mighty WurliTzer Style 260 Special Theatre Pipe Organ.
Flyer cover for the MidiTzer 260 Special
Colorized image by Fred Willis.

Click here to find out how you can get your copy of the new Mighty WurliTzer Style 260 Special Theatre Pipe Organ.
Click here to learn more about
the Mighty MidiTzer 260 Special.



Pinellas Park Mighty WurliTzer

Click here to see the 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Style 150B Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium.


Click here to download a 2041 x 1261 JPG image showing the stop sweep of the beautiful 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida.
The stop sweep of the 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Theatre Pipe Organ
installed at the Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida.

The 2/9 Mighty WurliTzer Style 140B Theatre Pipe Organ Opus 1968, installed at Pinellas Park Auditorium in Pinellas Park, Florida is featured on the October 2005 Featured Organ of the Month page. It is the first small instrument to get a feature at Walnut Hill, and rightly so because it is not far from Tom Hoehn's residence, the first location for the Walnut Hill Productions Office of Operations during our year-long stay in Clearwater.

This organ, under the care of the Central Florida Theatre Organ Society, is in the process of being restored and we need your help. If you would like to contribute funds or volunteer man hours to see this task come to completion, call the Walnut Hill Office of Operations at 1-727-230-2610 Monday through Friday from 10AM to 6PM PDT. We would be very glad to talk with you and tell you how to get involved in returning this great instrument to her former glory.



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Click here to visit the official website of the Walnut Hill Organ Club based out of Ridgecrest, California.

Click here to visit the official website of the Mighty MidiTzer at http://www.virtualorgan.com/.

Click here to purchase Mighty MidiTzer Logo Merchandise from Russ Ashworth at the Cafe Press.

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