I finished the blower box, wind regulator and connecting trunks today for Copenhagen. It's always a significant moment in a project when the wind is turned on for the first time. Here are a few pictures of the process.
More pipes for Copenhagen. These are the 4ft 'helpers' for the bottom octave of the 8ft Principal. Gently voiced and drawn with the 8ft Gedakt they give a very convincing open effect. A great way of saving space as it is obviously unrealistic to have 8ft open pipes in a continuo organ.
The bottom octave of the 8ft Stopped Diapason for Copenhagen. The wood is American tulip wood. Not the most attractive timber but perfect for the job as it is strong, stable and relatively inexpensive.