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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
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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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.
This is my original piece. I used different violin models experimentally according to the range and each string of the violin. I think that the realism of each violin model differs depending on the range. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pFkbbIQHF0
BowGesture:Expression piano:Garritan Abbey Road CFX Lite
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.
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
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
When using a breath controller I'd like to have the bow direction switch between breaths. So when the controller value drops to zero we'd get a bow change. I realize there is a keyswitch for bow direction change but would like the option to use "through zero" as an articulation trigger.
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
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
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.
Hi, I know that this parameter is for changing the instrument timbre, but I really don’t understand exactly for what kind of situation I have to use it. I see that there is a lot of “presets” to choose from. Please help me.
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
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.
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: