At the time of the brass beta test, I made a request for "individual overtone control function". (https://community.audiomodeling.com/index.php?u=0topic/100/swam-solo-brass-beta-testing/1#post-543) This time, I set EQs that synchronize with overtones and tried how they affect the timbre.
Hi! I'd like to suggest adding support for using jammy guitar with the solo strings instruments. As far as I understand, this midi controller supports outputting each string to a separate midi channel. Coming from a guitar background, I'd love to be able to select strings on the fly instead of specifying a position beforehand, so if you could add some type of functionality in the SWAM v3 strings
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.
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.
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
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
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.
Can anyone help me get started with editing the articulations / expressions of midi events within the piano roll of Logic Pro X? How does one fine-tune glissandos, portamentos, vibratos, etc., of individual midi events and pairs of events??
I can secondary-click a midi event to access the articulation selection, but there are 255 nameless articulations in there, and I can't tel
I had a bit of fun with this Video a couple of years ago, but I think there's an interesting point to share and discuss about it:
Looking to the hands, the bow, the strings, while editing my sequence, was incredibly useful to take decisions about the articulations and parameters, like vibrato rate and intensity, bow pressure and attack, por