We supply and service digital church and theatre organs and midi devices from the Allen Organ Company. Allen Organs are a cost effective alternative to a pipe organ - providing an instrument that needs minimal maintenance and never needs tuning. WHY CONSIDER AN ALLEN ORGAN? Click here to find out.
Allen Organs have been installed in more than 70 churches and buildings within Western Australia and in Perth, ranging from self contained two manual models to three manual instruments with large audio systems and midi expansion devices. Here's where.
The Allen Organ company has been building organs for over 70 years and it is more than 40 years since they produced the world's first digital musical instrument in 1971. Click here to watch a video showing the history of the Allen Organ Company.
Ever wondered why the latest Allen Organs have more four, six or more voicings? Check out this video for a demonstration of the differences between stoplists. Or click here for a description of the different voicing suites available.
What about options? There is a wide variety of customisation that can be made to an Allen organ. This link shows the variety of options available.
Check out the Studio Instruments webpage for more details on the organs that we currently have in stock in Perth.
Organ music, organ videos, and organ recordings on CD and cassette are also available. Check out the music page.
Need some organ playing tips? We are not qualified teachers, but can offer instruction and help based on a lifetime of playing church organ music.
Allen Organs has produced some interesting videos which can now be viewed on YouTube.
Click here to view Allen videos on YouTube.
• Just installed in Christ the King Catholic Church in Beaconsfield is a new Allen model L-5 organ. This is a two manual instrument with a 120 watt audio system and two external speaker cabinets. The church is a reasonably large building, with seating for about 500 people. The organ is a 27 stop instrument with four different voicing suites. It has been located in the balcony at the rear of the building, projecting the sound forward into the sanctuary.
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• Becoming available soon is a second hand, three manual instrument. In extremely good condition having always been located in a private home, this 9 year old instrument is being offered with external speaker cabinets and three MIDI expansion devices. The owner is upgrading to a larger Allen, and is now making this instrument available for sale.
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• Albany Presbyterian Church have upgraded their organ by installing an Allen L-121. Originally having a thirty year old Allen, the church was so impressed with the reliability and tonal quality of their old organ that they had no hesitation in upgrading to another Allen. The L-121 is a two manual instrument with 29 speaking stops, 7 voicing suites and a four channel audio system with four speaker cabinets, which project the organ sound throughout the building. For more details on the instrument, CLICK HERE.
• Darlington Anglican Church have recently installed an Allen organ. St Cuthbert's church in Darlington have installed a model MADC-221, originally located in another church and then in a private residence. The church has also purchased two speaker cabinets, to project the organ sound throughout the building. Allen organs are renowned for their reliability and although this instrument was built in 1987 it is capable of producing the same fine sounds now, as it did 27 years ago.
• A 3 manual organ for under $27,000? Just arrived in Perth and available for viewing at our showroom, this remarkable 3 manual organ has 34 speaking stops and nine suites of organ voices -- Classic Allen, Schlicker, Cavaille-Coll, English Cathedral, Arp Schnitger, Aeolian-Skinner; plus 3 additional Theatre stop lists: Wurlitzer, Barton and Morton. It has 12 general pistons with eight memories. The organ is designed as a home instrument with an audio system of internal speakers specifically designed for the home or small room situation.
For more details and the specifications of this particular instrument, click here.
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