Vivaldi 370

With the Vivaldi 270 and 370, the organist brings the experience of the pipe organ right into the living room.
Infinite possibilities, authentic sound and lifelike reverb make the Vivaldi an undisputed jewel in the Johannus collection of digital organ marvels.

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Continues where the pipe organ leaves off

With the Vivaldi 270 and 370, the organist brings the experience of the pipe organ right into the living room. Infinite possibilities, authentic sound and lifelike reverb make the Vivaldi an undisputed jewel in the Johannus collection of digital organ marvels. The concept is simple: an American base with a European touch. The introduction of the Johannus Vivaldi inaugurates a new era in home organ concepts.



Bridging the gap

There are many reasons the Vivaldi is unparalleled. Let’s start with its most important advantage. As an experienced organist, you are accustomed to playing imposing instruments. When you come home after a day of rehearsals, there’s such a huge difference between that spectacular sound and your home organ that you can’t bring yourself to play it for at least an hour. Sound familiar? Or you’re a passionate amateur organist who plays for the sheer fun of it. Ideally, you’d love to spend every day at the keys of a gorgeous pipe organ... but such a magnificent instrument is simply not available to you. With the Vivaldi 270 and 370, Johannus has bridged the gap between the pipe organ and the digital home organ once and for all. The instrument combines revolutionary technology with a breathtaking sound spectrum. Whether you need it for professional rehearsal or practicing in private, you no longer have to leave the comfort of your own home. In fact, you could even hold concerts and recitals in your own living room!



Twelve unique reverbs

The new two-manual and three-manual Vivaldis are based on an advanced music technology concept. The phenomenal sound produced by these organs is generated by Real Time Sampling, the best technology for reproducing the original sound of a pipe organ. What you hear isn’t digital sound; instead, you get an authentic pipe organ timbre. Thanks to the integrated LIVEreverb system, it can even convey the acoustics of a resounding basilica. Choose one of twelve unique reverbs, from famous cathedrals and intimate chapels to modern churches.



Integrated speakers

The Vivaldi 270 and 370 include the elegant Johannus audio system. Although the Vivaldi 270 has fifteen speakers and the Vivaldi 370 has nineteen, we managed to integrate them all into the organ console itself, making external speakers completely unnecessary. The system brings the organist into both the presence and the enveloping power of the pipe organ.



Orchestral voices

Realistic Real-Time Sampled orchestral voices add a new dynamic music. Besides its 60 regular organ voices, the Vivaldi 370 includes a broad spectrum of additional orchestral voices, including a harp, a trumpet, a carillon, a gospel organ, a piano and strings. The 42 organ voices of the Vivaldi 270 have also been enhanced by the addition of orchestral voices. The high-quality integrated tweeters ensure that each individual instrument sounds its very best. The Vivaldi continues where the pipe organ leaves off.



Four sample sets

But it gets even better! With the new Vivaldi, the organist has not one but four organs at his disposal. Both models come with four complete sample sets: American classic, symphonic, baroque and historical. The Vivaldi presents a subtle convergence of American and European musical traditions.



Immutable quality

And that brings us back to where we started: the Vivaldi is an organ that builds bridges, seeks convergence and cohesion, combines possibilities. All these aspects unfold within the immutable quality standards offered by Johannus. Vivaldi continues where the pipe organ leaves off.




System T9000
Manuals 3
Voices 60
Orchestral voices 39
Ranks 73
Couplers 6
Tremulants 3



Height (excluding music desk) 47 3/4 inch (121,5 cm)
Height (including music desk) 58 inch (147 cm)
Width 56 3/4 inch (144,5 cm)
Depth (excluding pedal board) 29 1/2 inch (75 cm)
Depth (including pedal board) 46 inch (117 cm)


8 standard finishes on oak
Other kind of wood or color optional



Wooden desk
Adjustable desk optional
Desk lighting optional


Wooden roll cover optional



Synthetic keyboards (5 octaves)
Synthetic keyboards with wooden core optional
Wooden keyboards (ebony/oak) with wooden core optional


Wooden swell shoes 4


Brass toe studs 8


32-note AGO pedal board with dark upper keys
32-note AGO pedal board with plain upper keys optional
Illuminated pedal board


Bench with lift lid
Adjustable bench optional


MIDI (IN, MOD-out, SEQ-out)
Aux In
Aux Out


Audio system 6.1
Surround channels 2
Tweeter channels 2
Audio control DEA™
Reverb channels 4.1



LIVEreverb™, 12 lifelike reverbs



Full-range amplifiers (80 Watt) 8
Bass amplifier (170 Watt) 1
Tweeter amplifiers (2 Watt) 2



Loudspeakers 19
Headphones/ Aux Out SSE™



CAN (Cancel)
REC (Recall)
CF (Cantus Firmus)
CH (Chorus)
KT (Keyboard Transfer)
MB (Manual Bass)
MENU (Johannus Menu)
S/S (General Swell)
RO (Reeds Off)
TRANS. (Transposer)
Organ volume (infinitely variable)
Reverb volume (infinitely variable)



Sample styles American Classic / Symphonic / Baroque / Historic
Variations per style Standard / Solo / Trio



Levels 75
General memory locations per level 8
Divisional memory locations per level 8
Presets (programmable) PP-P-MF-F-FF-T



Demo songs 17
Reverberation settings
Temperaments 11
Tuning (pitch)



PEPC™ (programmable expression pedal configuration) 
General Crescendo



Bellows simulator
Dynamic chiff
All organ voices C-C#

• = Standard      - = not available



Contra Violone 32'
Open Diapason 16'
Subbass 16'
(SW) Lieblich Gedackt 16'
Octave 8'
Gedackt 8'
Violone 8'
Choralbass 4'
Rauschpfeife IV
Bombarde 32'
Contra Trumpet 16'
Trumpet 8'
Clarion 4'
Choir - Great
Great - Pedal
Swell - Pedal


Geigen Diapason 8'
Gedackt 8'
Erzaehler 8'
Erzaehler Celeste 8'
Octave 4'
Rohrflute 4'
Nazard 2 2/3'
Conical Flute 2'
Tierce Flute 1 3/5'
Nineteenth 1 1/3'
Cymbel III
Corno di Bassetto 8'
English Tuba 8'
Swell - Choir


Double Diapason 16'
Open Diapason 8'
Flûte Harmonique 8'
Stopped Flute 8'
Flute Celeste 8' II
Gamba 8'
Octave 4'
Open Flute 4'
Twelfth 2 2/3'
Super Octave 2'
Flute 2'
Mixture V
Contra Tromba 16'
Tromba 8'
Festival Trumpet 8'
Vox Humana 8'
Choir - Great
Swell - Great


Bourdon 16'
Diapason 8'
Rohrflute 8'
Viola di Gamba 8'
Vox Celeste 8'
Octave 4'
Koppelflute 4'
Salicional 4'
Flute Twelfth 2 2/3'
Octave 2'
Waldflute 2'
Nazard 1 1/3'
Sesquialtera II
Scharff III
Contra Trumpet 16'
Trumpet 8'
Oboe 8'
Clarion 4'


MIDI Choir
MIDI Great
MIDI Swell
MIDI Pedal

Orchestral voices

Chimes Flute Panflute Tuba Trumpet Oboe Clarinet
Carillon Piccolo Chrysoglott Horn Trumpet alt. Oboe alt. Clarinet alt.
Orch. Chimes Recorder Handbells Timpani Ranket 8' Choir 1 Choir 2
Leslie Gospel Organ I Gospel Organ II Piano Harp Harpsichord Strings
  Tibia Organ Gospel Organ 1 E. Piano 1 Glassharp Celesta 1 Bell Strings
  Reed Organ Gospel Organ 2 E. Piano 2 Woodharp Celesta 2 Warm Strings