IOTI is a U.S.-based engineering and manufacturing firm dedicated to pipe organ electronics. Since our founding in 2005, IOTI has become a leading manufacturer of control systems designed with extreme functionality, reliability and longevity. Utilizing technologies and systems widely used in mainstream industries, IOTI’s products are the most technically current and functionally flexible on the market today.
The Virtuoso control system is offered in two sizes, both completely modular in design. This approach allows us to offer systems to serve the smallest to the largest of instruments as well as console/combination action only systems, while remaining competitive in price. We recognize that neither one size nor one price fits all.
IOTI is positioned for longevity and stability. With two principal officers, four engineers, support technicians, sound financial backing, state of the art manufacturing partners and a concrete succession plan, IOTI is structured for the long haul. We are strong believers in responsive customer service, backing that up by providing our cell phone numbers to our customers, ensuring true 24/7 access for assistance.
We have provided systems of all sizes for a variety of customers and we are happy to provide references upon request.
A professional association of firms engaged in building traditional pipe organs. We are dedicated to quality and craftsmanship.
The American Institute of Organbuilders is a professional association made up of pipe organbuilders, organ maintenance technicians, and those in allied professions supporting the pipe organ industry. The AIO’s objective is to advance the science and practice of pipe organbuilding by discussion, inquiry, research, experiment and other means, and to disseminate knowledge regarding pipe organbuilding by such means as lectures, publications and exchange of information.
The American Guild of Organists (AGO) is the national professional association serving the organ and choral music fields. The Guild serves approximately 18,000 members in more than 300 chapters throughout the United States and abroad. Founded in 1896 as both an educational and service organization, the Guild seeks to set and maintain high musical standards and to promote understanding and appreciation of all aspects of organ and choral music.
IOTI has assembled an unparalleled team of industry professionals with expertise in multiple disciplines. Every day our team brings their vast knowledge and passion for the pipe organ to bear on making our products and service the best in the industry.