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Style 260SP Opus Plate

Style 260SP Registration

WURLITZER organs were assigned Opus Numbers when they left the factory. Today Peter Beames maintains an on-line list of the Wurlitzer Opus Numbers originally compiled by Judd Walton. Using this list it is possible to figure out where most Wurlitzers were originally installed and where many have gone since then.

The Miditzer Style 260SP carries on the tradition of Wurlitzer Opus Numbers by displaying the name and an assigned "Opus Number" of registered users on the main screen. Registration codes are given to those who show their commitment to the preservation and promotion of theatre organs by making a contribution of $100 USD or more to designated theatre organ projects. 

The Miditzer developers receive nothing for making the Miditzer Style 260SP available. It has not become commercial software and it continues to be provided "as-is" with no obligation of support from anyone. The Miditzer developers give you the Miditzer Style 260SP at no charge as their way of encouraging Miditzer users to contribute to the preservation and promotion of theatre pipe organs.

While most users will not experience problems with the Style 260SP if the Style 216 operates correctly, there have been a few testers who encountered problems with ciphering on the Style 260SP that have not yet been resolved. Please take advantage of the 60 day evaluation period to verify correct operation with your hardware.

The theatre organ project currently being supported by Style 260SP contributions is restoration of the Wurlitzer Style 216 in the California Theatre in San Bernardino, California.

To make a contribution to the theatre organ projects that the Miditzer community is supporting, click the button below. PayPal is used to securely process your contribution by credit card or bank debit. You do not need to have a PayPal account. All of your contribution except for the PayPal fees goes to the theatre organ projects.

A Style 260SP Opus Number and Registration Code will be sent to you by email. Please be sure you give your name as it will appear on the opus Plate and your correct email address during the PayPal payment process. Processing of Registration Codes is done by hand and may take up to two weeks. Thanks for your patience!

Your Opus Number and Registration Code will be valid for all future versions. You may use them on any number of computers. All we ask is that you support the preservation and promotion of theatre pipe organs by not sharing your Registration Code with others.