Things are evolving each day at Audio Modeling, so we are not able to provide dates "written in the stone". This is currently our - very rough - roadmap:
February 26th, 2020: release of SWAM Solo Brass for Desktop
March 2020: partnership with ILIO
July 2020 update v1.5.0 of SWAM Solo Brass for Desktop
August 2020 update v1.5.1 of SWAM Solo Brass for Desktop
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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I see a disripance between Cubase and SWAM on the keyboard range.
It seems all keys are transposed -12 in comparison with cubase. f.e. I open the key editor and play C2 in Cubase. In SWAM it is shown as C3
There has been some discussion on this forum about the problem of attack control with wind controllers such as the AKAI EWI and Yamaha WX-5. (Sorry, I cannot find the previous thread at the moment, so I'm posting to this general thread.)
I'd like to let other SWAM wind-players know that the new Roland Aerophone Pro AE-30 seems to have completely solved the problem of producing accurate and co
Hi @admin Whilst I bought the SWAM v3 strings (Violin, Viola, Cello) months ago, today was the first chance I've had to try and configure these instruments to approximate what I've got with SWAM v2. And I was so disappointed to discover that the same minimum volume threshold issue with wind controllers is STILL there, even though I spent hours today experimenting with different configuration
hello, i would really like to use the swam trumpet for live performances. problem is, i am a student and do not have a lot of money. i own an m1 macbook air which i got for studying and making music. given that the m1 chip allows me to install ipad apps on my laptop i am really sad to see that the ipad version for a single instrument is not available in the app store, instead i'd hav
I just got the whole bundle of SWAM instruments and the UI for the newer strings and brass looks great, however the older instruments like flute have very tiny fonts on my laptop that I can barely see. I should note that I am running this on Linux with Wine. Is there any way to increase the font size or zoom in? I tried change the screen resolution setting in winecfg but that only changed it for
Lots of great new improvements to intercompatibilty, more accurate output, and far larger dynamic range are promised when hardware and software are all capable of working with MIDI 2. Also, MIDI 2 is promised backward compatibility with MIDI 1.0
I purchased Camelot for iOS to control different sw synths on the iPad simultaneously with one controller. It works very good, thank you for your hard work!
I also want to control some parameters of my virtual instr with cc controllers. I couldn‘t find a way to „learn“ parameters in Camelot, so I mapped ccs in the instrument app itself- this works ok for the Moogmodel D ie b
If I selecting a next song from list, Camelot (desktop version) load all instruments from scratch and it takes a long time with a large sample libraries. I haven't such time between songs.. Is it possible that Camelot loads all samples before a concert and only switch bypass on/off during song selection?
Thank you for the wonderful SWAM instruments! I especially appreciate the enhanced high-frequency detail, the increased range of Bow Position which now gives a truly 'edgy' sul ponticello, the enhanced Harmonics mode, and the new Pizzicato tone control.
As I am adapting my production setup to work with Strings v3, I have encountered the following questions, which I thi
It seems that the microtonality options are limited to detuning the 12 conventionally named notes, with the same detuning in every octave. Many synths and most physical modeling instruments (AAS, Pianoteq etc) have support for specifying the tuning of all the MIDI note #s, and accept tuning file formats like Scala .scl files, thus supporting more than 12 notes per octave.
In version 2 we had an "Env Attack Speed" parameter and it could be MIDI mapped. Now we have "Attack Ramp Speed" and it can't be MIDI mapped? That seems a pretty significant loss of functionality when triggering using velocity. Please enable MIDI mapping of this parameter.
I have just purchased "The Saxophones" and I also have the TEC BBC2 breath controller.
I'm looking forward to knowing about the best-recommended settings, tweaks, and tips in order to get the best possible performance and sounding experience when using the TEC BBC2 breath controller and playing the SWAM saxophones virtual instrument.