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admin posted Oct 24 '18 at 4:33 pm
Hello everybody!

Things are evolving each day at Audio Modeling, so we are not still able to provide dates "written in the stone".
This is currently our - very rough - roadmap for the next year:

November 3rd, 2018 - Soundmit (Turin): demo of Camelot candidate release
December 12th, 2018: first release of Camelot
January 2019 - NAMM Show (Los Angeles): demo of SWAM Brass prototype and S
recent by rbvgenos  ·  6 days ago at 2:40 am
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You ask, we listen.

We are glad to offer upgrade paths for SWAM products owners. You can save money to buy the entire bundle upgrading from one (or more) SWAM instrument previously purchased.
Please check here the offer for you. Depending on the product that you have previously purchased you can see the bundle upgrade price for you!

Note: upgrade requests must be issued through our S
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admin posted Sep 10 '18 at 3:08 pm
The Audio Modeling Community is provided to you as a central place to discuss all creative and technical aspects of Audio Modeling products, as well as all aspects of music performance and production in general.

Audio Modeling is glad to offer a community area where opinions can be exchanged freely as long as the discussion remains reasonable. To maintain these forums as a pleasant place for
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Hello dear members.
I am cleaning up my studio and thought maybe someone is interested in the "USB TEC Midi Breath & Bite Controller 2". Since I hardly ever used it I hope someone else is making more use of it. I bought it directly from TEC for €199+VAT. I am selling it for €90. (An extra soft mouthpiece is also included.)
You can download the latest software/information/Tutor
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aska3 posted Aug 10 at 6:59 am
Prelude from FINAL FANTASY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5UR9WnUOEA


violin model:Firenze S2
Bow Gesture:Bipolar

It is the practice of Bipolar mode.
Bipolar mode is also useful for CC handwriting users (like me). It is not necessary to write CC64 like Expression mode because down-bow and up-bow can be clearly distinguished, and it is easier to edit than Bowing mode. It is a
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Audio Modeling team is proud to announce the launch of the Community Area.
This is a place for sharing our music experiences, talk about audio Modeling products, improve our knowledge for building together day by day better musical instruments.

We want to listen to our customers, see and hear what people can do with our instruments and have a trip with passionate people to leave our cont
recent by mschnell  ·  Aug 9 at 5:26 am
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I continue to explore using the SWAM saxophones as instruments for real-time improvisational playing. There are no edits to the MIDI data in the example here. Playing "Misty", a ballad, is a good workout for the TEControl breath controller.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXOoYS9sYnE


recent by mschnell  ·  Aug 7 at 8:20 pm
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Has anyone else had issues with reliability of playing harmonics in SWAM-S?

The way the harmonic "speaks" at low dynamics levels is unpredictable. Sometimes the note sounds immediately, but sometimes it takes a up to a second or two before the note "speaks". Both results occur with exactly the same MIDI. Non-harmonic notes don't have this problem; they always speak reliably.

By "low" dy
recent by Paranza  ·  Jul 23 at 3:22 pm
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Attack
If I have expression on low level from 0 - 10 theere is some attack, even on Dynamic envelope on GUI screen show there is some attack, but if expression is more higher, then less attack is. That means if expression is above 40, there is no attack. Of course, there is some attack but it not act like on lower level expression.

To be more clear what I am talking about, for example SWAM
recent by Elrond  ·  Jul 18 at 8:47 am
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Camelot looks to become a very powerful and musician-minded performance environment, and I'm really excited to see it grow. But as AM likes to point out, it's still in its infancy as new features are being added. One of the big caveats is the lack support for AU/VST effects.

However, there is a pretty good solution that will run you between $50-$100 depending on your needs. There are a number
recent by effebal  ·  Jul 13 at 9:03 am
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZBqxFsG6U8


violin model:Firenze S2
BowGesture:Bipolar
piano:Garritan Abbey Road CFX Lite

My favorite piece.
It is very difficult to play in cantabile.
Feedback is welcome!

Mizuki

PS
PitchBend is ignored in Piano Roll(MIDI) on Cakewalk by BandLab.
The PB's input from MIDI keyboard is normal, ignored only Piano Roll data.What is
recent by aska3  ·  Jul 11 at 3:17 am
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Hi, i am new to this entire world, and looking for the simplest, most straightforward way to connect my Aerophone GO to the SWAM sax sounds for practice, not performance!

I am not a pro, but want my Aerophone GO to sound as best as possible. I don't care about recording, adding other instruments, etc.

So if i buy the SWAM saxes, what is the cleanest, easiest way to play them on the Aer
recent by gdh  ·  Jul 2 at 2:32 pm
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Hello all. Appreciate this excellent software. I have been working on some projects involving historical music using acoustic instruments mixed with my wind controller.

Here’s one for acoustic recorders and SWAM Clarinets:

https://youtu.be/8rQcNvPWGm8

Here’s some Bach arranged for recorders with baroque tuning accompanied by a WX 5 and audio modeling strings:

https:/
recent by Paranza  ·  Jul 2 at 8:26 am
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techori posted Jun 18 at 5:03 am
Hi, everyone!
This is a work by Gaspar Cassadó, a Catalan cellist and composer of the early 20th century.
I've played it on the SWAM cello.
It's very difficult to play on the real cello, but I think very suitable to play inhumanly and mechanically with SWAM, because it is a dance music for a non-human creature, the Green Devil.
The fastest tempo is about 190 bpm during the ac
recent by admin  ·  Jun 24 at 1:52 pm
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I got a first version of the software converting part of the Seaboard to a Ribbon controller working !

You can choose a range of keys and while all other touches on the Seaboard are processed normally (this plugin reduces the channel count of the MPE stream to a single channel, anyway, and calculates appropriate channel control values from the multiple control values than come in via MPE, or
recent by YarKirGen  ·  Jun 15 at 11:59 am
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Carl J posted Jun 5 at 9:23 pm
The dream of leaving the expensive and fragile computer in the studio and having a hardware unit running my favourite plugins at a reasonable price is getting closer.

This is a Linux based SOC based technology

Ultra-low latency (below 1ms round-trip)
I'm wondering how CPU intensive plugins would perform here but having used Linux in servers for a couple of decades as a sysadmin I know th
recent by mschnell  ·  Jun 7 at 6:12 pm
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I use to use pro tools, but found it was heavier than I needed. I've been using Reaper, and am mostly happy with it. I like how easy it is to use, yet still has almost all the functionality I would want in a daw.

And I like how it is relatively light when it comes to CPU usage.

How does Camelot compare to Reaper?

I must admit the ability to create set lists in my daw is appealing.
recent by mschnell  ·  Jun 7 at 11:06 am
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Hi everyone,

I've been having a tough time trying to figure out which controller to get.

I already have a seaboard block which I enjoy a lot and works well for the most part, but I do find that it is difficult to extract the tonal control like bow pressure and position while performing the part into the DAW.

I though I'd get the community vote on what the best choices are and what the
recent by mschnell  ·  May 25 at 11:57 am
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I upgraded the "Flutes" from 2.8.2 to 2.8.3 64 Bit PC.

In my "Live" project, I use "Concert", "Alto", and "Bass" in three different tracks of the DAW (Reaper). I mute and ummute these tracks for switching between these (and other) sound engines.

I play the instruments using a keyboard and a TEC BBC V2. The parameter setting of the three instances are rather similar and the Midi processin
recent by admin  ·  May 14 at 12:02 pm
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https://soundcloud.com/oberheim8000/maurice-ravel-string-quartet-in-f-dur-first-44-bars-performed-with-physical-modeling-strings


You can hear SWAM Strings in action with soft (most of time) and agresive (in end) playing.

I used external reverb, no EQ.
Only first 44 bars. No more time for another bars. Maybe later.

recent by mschnell  ·  May 8 at 9:45 am
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whiteletter posted Apr 29 at 9:27 pm
Is there anyway to reduce the rattling noise fx you get in the Swam Violin, most easy to hear in the upper registers?

I'd like to get a more pure note tone with less fx. I'm not a physical violin players so I'm not sure exactly what it represents, but it is too distractingly loud at times when I want the violin as the lead instrument without accompaniment.

recent by admin  ·  May 1 at 10:20 am
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Blue Bossa on MIDI Guitar (Youtube)

I'm working out the intricacies of using the TEControl breath controller, You Rock MIDI guitar and the SWAM saxophones. Like any instrument it takes time to get musical results—still striving towards that end. Note that the performances are un-edited.

A selection of SWAM saxophones used to play jazz standards:

https://soundcloud.com/chrispman
recent by ChrisManuel  ·  Apr 26 at 8:05 pm
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