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'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:
Hello all, so here is an experiment/composition of mine using the various SWAM solo strings and a few SWAM woodwinds in an "Old School" sounding production.
I wanted to see how close I could come to making these beautiful instruments sound as if they were from the 1940-50 Noir film era. So I ran them through various amp simulators and came up with this overall sound that I think captures t
Hello all, I thought I would share a fun little piece that focuses on the SWAM Soprano Sax as well as the Double Bass. By the way, the Double Bass in this song is being run through an Amp simulator for a grungy styled sound.
Hi all, just wanted to say to the AM team, love the new web site, and a BIG thank you for all the hard work you all do to create the best instruments on the market!
So I thought I'd share (if it's OK with the Admin) a new piece which uses the SWAM Bari sax. This piece is from a forth coming album of mine that will have a Pink Floyd vibe to it. It is called "Gettin' Me Down" and uses the SWA