Cantorum Duo

The new Cantorum Duo is a 2 manual portable organ by Viscount. The last addition of the world acclaimed Cantorum line, offers 30 voices, convenient stoptab arrangement and built in amplification, providing everything at your fingertips to experience the latest sampled sound technology available in a digital organ.The superb sound and the contemporary aesthetic make this genuine Viscount organ a remarkable yet affordable instrument. Whether you are a quality-conscious church or an organist on a limited budget, the Cantorum Duo is now available in any situation.  The compact but sturdy cabinet is easy to move and allows you to use the instrument in a fully multifunctional way.

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The Cantorum duo is a completely portable organ with 2 manuals, 27 speaking stops and 3 orchestral voices. It’s the ideal instrument for the discerning student or church on a limited budget.

Viscount’s Cantorum Duo utilises the newly developed ARTEM technology (Advanced Real TEchnology Music), a powerful sampled sound generator that is capable of faithfully reproducing the authentic sound and performance of a traditional pipe organ.

This unique platform faithfully reproduces pipe sounds from the world’s most famous styles of organ building. It has the four organ specifications (Baroque, North German Barock, Romantic, Symphonic) each having their own samples and distinctive disposition. You can easily select the organ of your choice and create your own preferred audio environment through acoustic modeling.

The Cantorum Duo offers a built amplification system composed by 4 Speakers and 2×40 digital amplifier.

The organ’s settings are easy to access, modify and store through the enhanced graphic display on the front panel.  You simply can’t find better value for money when considering sampled sound technology than you have in the Viscount Cantorum Duo.

A wide range of optional, as stands, bench, pedalboard, pedals and powerful external amplifers can all be added to the organ to increase it’s flexibility and mobility.



Tecnology ARTEM technology
Manuals 2 x 61 keys "Tracker Action" keyboards, with velocity control for MIDI and Orchestra sections
Stop Controls Tilt Tabs
Internal Amplification 2 Channels, 4 Speakers, 80 W Total (2 x 40 Watt)
Expression Pedals Available with an optional pedal
Crescendo Pedal Available with an optional pedal


Organ Stops 27
Pedal 5
Manual I 10
Manual II 12
Couplers 3
Tremulants 2, Programmable with independent Depth and Speed for each Organ Division
Orchestral Voices Stops 3
Styles 4 Preset: Baroque, North German Barock, Romantic, Symphonic
Temperaments 17
Ensemble Adjustable


General Pistons 6
Total General Memories 96: 6*16 Banks
Piston Sequencer Previous, Next
Return to Handset Registration Yes
Tutti Programmable


Transposer -6/+5 semitones
Automatic Pedal Yes
Enclosed Yes
Midi Trasmission Enable Yes, Independent for each Organ Section activable with thumb piston
Reverb 8 different venues emulator
Internal Amp EQ 5 bands digital Graphic EQ
MIDI Sequencer Interactive sequencer with Overdubbing function
Keyboard Inversion Yes
Demo Songs yes
Organ Setup lock With Password
ON/OFF switch Switch


Line Outputs 4
Output Volume Control Adjustable, for each output
Voices Output Routing Programmable for each organ section
Output EQ 5 bands digital Graphic EQ for each output


MIDI Interface In, Out
Stereo Headphone Output yes
Stereo Aux Input yes
USB for Pen Drive Yes


Cabinet Black painted metal with light oak simulated wood sides
Music Rack Metal
Dimensions (WxHxD) cm 90 x 19 x 48 cm - 35,4" x 7,5" x 18,9"
Weight Kg 19,7 / Lbs 43,43





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