Click here to return to the Walnut Hill Wall of Fame page. Scroll down to see the Mighty Miditzer installation of Charles Lynn Walls.
Walnut Hill Productions Hot Links For Theatre Organ Lovers The Mighty MidiTzer Project What's New At Walnut Hill? The Walnut Hill Organ The Walnut Hill House Organist The Walnut Hill General Store The Walnut Hill Recording Studio The Walnut Hill Organ Club
The Walnut Hill Mighty WurliTzer Walnut Hill Productions Rummage through the Walnut Hill Archives Featured Artists at Walnut Hill 50th Annual ATOS Convention Walnut Hill Website Credits Frequently Asked Questions - F.A.Q. Featured Organ of the Month The Walnut Hill Mighty WurliTzer

Go back to The Walnut Hill Featured Organ main page. Go back to Visit Other Mighty MidiTzer Websites page. Go back to Frank Vanaman's Mighty MidiTzer page. Go to the Walnut Hill Graphical Website Map Go forward to Fred Willis' Mighty MidiTzer page. Go forward to The Mighty MidiTzer Project main page. Go forward to Hot Links For Organ Lovers Page.


Charles Lynn Walls

Visit the website of Charles Lynn Walls, Mighty MidiTzer player.


Charles is a programmer who has a machine that is controlled by a piece of software he compiled. He is a regular contributor to Walnut Hill VTPO and was one of our first members to join. His expertise is incredable and he shares his knowledge with us generously. We are glad to have him onboard.

Visit the website of Charles Lynn Walls and his Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ.

Charles Lynn Walls (left) and his Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ Setup (right).

Charles is experimenting with the 64 bit version of Microsoft Windows XP and will be one of the developers of the VTPO on this platform. He runs Hauptwerk and jOrgan as well as the Mighty MidiTzer on custom computers that he built. We will post his work when it becomes available.



Mighty MidiTzer Music Downloads


Free Music Downloads from Charles Lynn Walls playing his 2/10 Mighty MidiTzer Style 216 Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ!

Below are some selections from the Mighty MidiTzer that Charles Lynn Walls built.

  1. Telegraph
    File size = 1.85MB, playing time = 2:01, bit rate = 128KB/sec.
  2. Is It True What They Say About Dixie
    File size = 1.22MB, playing time = 1:20, bit rate = 128KB/sec.



Getting inducted to the Wall of Fame is easy!


Who doesn't want recognition for their efforts with the Mighty MidiTzer? Now, you can get noticed on the Walnut Hill Wall of Fame! Folks will see your pictures and be able to go directly to your site by clicking on them. We hope to see many more inductees here in the days ahead as folks step out with their Mighty MidiTzers. So... Dust off those cameras and get snappin'. Also, if you have recordings or any other content you want featured, we can put those here as well.

Email The Bone Doctor to find out how you can be among the ranks of those who are pioneering this Mighty Virtual Theatre Pipe Organ. Join TOSF and Walnut Hill VTPO and make your intentions known to all the folks in VTPO land. We are always glad to recognize those who make the TPO kingdom a better place!


Go back to The Walnut Hill Featured Organ main page. Go back to Visit Other Mighty MidiTzer Websites page. Go back to Frank Vanaman's Mighty MidiTzer page. Go to the Walnut Hill Graphical Website Map Go forward to Fred Willis' Mighty MidiTzer page. Go forward to The Mighty MidiTzer Project main page. Go forward to Hot Links For Organ Lovers Page.

This page brought to you by:
VintageHammond.Com - We Buy-Sell-Trade Vintage Hammond Organs and Roll or Kari Organ/Vending Machine Moving Dollies Order Roll or Kari Dollies Here