eCarillon Starter Pack

CS-9001

This quick start bundle has all the basics that you'll want to get your bell system up and running.

Package includes:

  • eCarillon Bell and Music Scheduling Software
  • 30 days of best-in-class support
  • 20 selections from the Blessed Bells Hymn Collection

Included song selections:

Come, Thou Fount Of Every Blessing Just A Closer Walk With Thee
Count Your Blessings Just As I Am
He Hideth My Soul O Worship The King
Holy, Holy, Holy Onward Christian Soldiers
I Stand Amazed In The Presence Rock Of Ages
I Will Sing The Wondrous Story Since Jesus Came Into My Heart
In The Garden Sweet Hour Of Prayer
It Is Well With My Soul Trust And Obey
Jesus Paid It All Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee When I Survey The Wondrous Cross

 

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S.J.M.C.S.J.C.
great software

was able to replace a unit costing several thousand for a basic work station and $100 amplifier. programming is easier than the unit costing thousands. great sounds

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D.B.
High-end-Software/Bargain Price

Excellent performance at 1/10 the price of dedicated hardware systems. Just need a PC and AMP and it works flawlessly! Highly recommend this product. Needs a few more selections like Easter, Lent, and bell rolls but works great now.

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D.Q.
GREAT VALUE

The Men's Club and Parishioners at St Joseph Aztec welcome back the Carillon bells to the Parish. the bells have been silent for over 2 years and their ringing again is most rewarding. Software is great and we can import our previously used ring tones.

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F.K.
GREAT

Purchased the real deal after demo. Had a Verdin that crapped out. Weren't spending 5-8 thousand for another Verdin. Go with this product.

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D.Q.

System running great, was able to import previously purchased bell tolls and sounds from other sources and learning curve is slight and how to videos on web site are great learning aids. replaced a $6500 system that died for under $500