We feel it is essential to the quality of every project to control all aspects of the design, construction, installation and tonal finishing.
When each project is complete, we assemble a team from the craftsmen who have built the instrument in our workshop to travel with the organ to the site of its installation. Shipping the instrument in our own fleet of trucks, we are able to insure its safety in transit, as well as the quality of its final installation.
Once physically installed, a team of Schantz voicers travels to the installation site to complete the meticulous task of final tonal regulation for each pipe in the instrument. This all-important and demanding process assures that each instrument's voice has maximum impact – both dramatic and subtle – within the environment in which it is placed. This is a process whose duration is determined by each instrument's musical goals – not a pre-determined schedule.