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
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.
I have SWAM flutes and SWAM Viola which I installed a year back - are there updates that need to be installed and applied? If yes, could you please point me to the link. I went to the updates web page, but it has instruction only on how to create a new account.
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
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.
Anybody knows how to obtain or control Growl with CC2 (Breath Controller) I play SWAM instruments with the EWI 4000S I know I can go to Options/Midi and select CC2 for Growl instead of the default. Then I can set values for Min and Max. However I cannot get the desired effect. I would like Growl to come on only when playing strongly, meaning applying a lot of breath pressure to
It's me Kyle Judkins, some of you might know me from other forums, and I've definitely got some tricks I would like to share, but I think it's essential that we come to a basic formula for how tricks are shared in order to make sure nobody's time is wasted, and people know right away if they have the tools of course if the sound it can achieve is one that they are looking for