Installation -- When the organ arrives at the installation site, a specially selected group of Reuter employees, often with some help from volunteers on site, unload and reassemble the instrument in its new home.  Although the pipes of each instrument have received critical initial voicing while at the shop, the ultimate success of the organ lies in the hands of the tonal finishers, who make final adjustments to each and every pipe for optimum effect in the acoustical environment of the installation site. In many ways, organ stops resemble the instruments in an orchestra, each capable of independent speech, but all requiring the artistic skills of a conductor to blend them into a truly musical ensemble. Tonal finishing is completed under the direction of Reuter executives William Klimas, Artistic Director, and JR Neutel, President.