A church owned a sizable pipe organ and purchased a digital organ from one of the larger providers. The salesman was very clear that the church could reconnect their pipes to the digital console if they wished, and told them they could think of it as a new console for their pipe organ.
The church discovered that the relay to drive the pipes was actually not included and had to be purchased separately for a hefty fee. Opus-Two was able to interface to the digital organ's console and provide complete control of the existing pipe organ for half the price, and with extra versatility - each pipe division became a separate floating division with its own couplers. The added pipe stops even work with the digital organ's combination action for truly seamless operation.
But it doesn't end there - just an hour away, a month later, the exact same thing happened. With the same outcome. Both have been running on Opus-Two for almost 5 years without incident.
A client with a rather large instrument desired multiple "modes" of operation. By using simple configuration logic, Opus-Two is able to float the antiphonal division to various keyboards, and even float the expression control to wherever the keys are coupled by default. This enables quick access to a smart floating division for improvisation, yet allows things to be "separated out" for specific applications. All controls are, of course, saved in general pistons.
A church with a PC-based pipe organ relay was experiencing frequent PC failures. They also were looking for a solution to decrease the wait for relay startup. An Opus-Two UTB solution removed the PC from the organ, reduced the boot time to 5 seconds, and recreated all features that were present on the PC and more.