is a ministry any
church can afford.
A church bell tower is a wonderful outreach that
calls to the community to "Think on these things" PHP4:8
( Tested on 95, 98, 2k, Me, Xp, Vista, 7, 8 )
is a carillon software package that turns your
computer into a
Church Carillon Bell
Tower Chime System, playing Hymns and Carols
You can enjoy it on
through outdoor speakers in your church steeple, bank
or town hall.
If lightning kills your belltower, deploy another inexpensive computer the next day, and your belltower has virtually no down-time.
(Click here if you have trouble
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Who is using
ChurchBells? Please click here for a few references.
downloadable as GrinchWare.
You get to use it for 30 days for free,
and throughout December, it comes alive (for free) to enhance your celebration,
so you may want to keep the install files with the Christmas lights and tinsel.
licenses are $35. Institution
licenses are $140.
(There are minor differences between the two.)
(Licenses are not annual; they are for the life of the machine.)
a nice way of being reminded
throughout the day by well loved Hymns
and Carols, played in four-part on bells with an astonishing lack of discord.
is this music sweetly harmonious
and wonderfully soothing,
but there is also an extensive library of available tunes.
over three thousand hymns for Harmonious Bells!
Click Here for a listing of Hymns in
Click Here for a listing of other music (just) for InspiredCode ChurchBells
Click here for notes on deploying (setting up) a ChurchBells system.
Click here to quickly update
copy of ChurchBells to the latest revision.
Please click here for information about Holiday and Karaoke Licensing!
ChurchBells can Now Remote Control an Audio Power Amplifier via the LPT Port (not on laptops).
But you probably don't need it unless the amplifier is a tube amp. Modern solid state amps
typically use less juice than a bug lght when idle (not pouring sound out the speaker).
Patent Notice: You can use MP3 files with ChurchBells, but only if you have installed
an MP3 player into Windows, such as WinAmp. ChurchBells merely calls out to
ask windows to play sound files like calling out for pizza. ChurchBells does
not comprise any MP3 patented methods, and neither does its installation.
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