You should see a screen similar to this when AudioHQ opens.

The Creative soundcards provide 128 banks where sound fonts can be loaded. The banks are numbered 0 to 127. Bank 0 is called Synth and a General MIDI SoundFont should already be loaded as shown. If you do not have a General MIDI SoundFont loaded in Bank 0 you will not have Chimes in the Miditzer and other MIDI applications may not work at all.

The red bar at the bottom of the loader shows how much memory from the SoundFont Cache has been used. You can change the amount of memory available in the SoundFont Cache by clicking on the Options tab. You probably will have enough memory available if you are loading a sound font for the first time.

Select bank 25 from the drop down box and click Load. Bank 25 is the default location where the Miditzer looks for the Cinema Organ sound font.

Select the corg_m110.sf2 file to load by clicking on it. Then click Select.

Corg_m110.sf2 is now available for use

Miditzer now has what it needs to produce Pipe Organ sounds but the sound will be "dry." Adding reverberation will create a more realistic organ sound. Creative soundcards provide an impressive array of mixing effects including reverberation, which are controlled with the Creative Mixer.