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:
Oct 2019 - Dec 2019: Camelot PROMO with Yamaha Synths https://yamaha.io/camelot [EXTENDED to March 2020!]
Nov 2019 - Jan 2010: Camelot PROMO with Studiologic https://www.studiologic-music.com/news/2019-11-01_camelot-b
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Hi, is it possible to add to Camelot Pro similar functionality to flags in Ableton Live. I would like to be able to assign, for example, the number keys to each scene. This will allow you to use the numeric keypad or, for example, Elgato Stream Deck as an remote interface to CamelotPro.
I received notice by mail that Audio Modeling and Nextmidi are partnering. I have not tried big band ensembles with Audio Modeling (waiting for brass) but have read that a major problem with physical modeling of ensembles was phase effects. I have not seen any mention of this on nextmidi's site so I have 2 questions: 1) Does Divisimate address this problem ? 2) Will Nexmidi / Divisimate
Having a bit of free time over the holidays I thought I'd put SWAM strings through their paces on some material from the wonderful Danish String Quartet's arrangements of folk tunes.
This one is called "Sterrand's Rand" and it's a lot of fun. It shows off a few of the outstanding SWAM performance features, including continuous control of dynamics, various bowing styles, pizzicato, harmonics,
Here's another SWAM string quartet piece from the Danish String Quartet's collection of folk tune arrangements. "Old Reinlender" highlights fast aggressive bowing, big dynamic changes, and wide glissandos.
The basic tracks are played in with an EWI, but there is extensive post-production editing in order to tweak the many parameters of the SWAM string model.
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.
it would be nice, if one could assign fix program numbers to songs. I use Bandhelper as Remote for camelot, cause it adds many helpful features for band purposes. Via Midi I select a song in the Camelot setlist. The song calls my layers of Keyboards I need. Only problem occurs If I remove a song or change the order of the Camelot Setlist. It would be much more comfort
HI, this clarinet has sweet and warm sound, unfortunately never Built up by any company. I attached two songs for example. I know making this sound is difficult but also i know you can do it. I hope someday see this instrument on your site. Thanks❤
Hi guys. I recently tried the SWAM sax at a friend's house and I brought my BBC2 to try it. It was a great experience, but if I wasn't blowing on the breath controller and pressed a key, sound would come out of it. I have the trumpet from Sample Modeling and it doesn't have the same issue. Sound only comes out when you blow, even if you're pressing the keys.
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Hi guys. I've owned the SWAM w/winds for years but only recently have I been using the flutes quite intensively. I'm finding that there seems to be a higher breath threshold for starting/ending notes on the SWAM flutes compared to the SWAM strings. This might also be the case for the other SWAM w/winds but I haven't spent as much time with them recently.
Any views on https://www.samplemodeling.com/en/tutorials_strings.php?
Just listening to the demos and wonder if anyone has made a comparison yet?
I'm tempted to get this to make even bigger orchestras as they share with SWAM what I feel is the biggest benefit over "normal" libraries like LASS; Realtime input and the Modelling approach instead of static and massively disk intensive librari
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
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
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.
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