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A SWAM "Noir" experiment...

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 the "Noir" sound pretty well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk4sKv_N5b8

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 the "Noir" sound pretty well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk4sKv_N5b8

Ah! It is so amazing. Have you noticed? New movies do not have much of music now days. Earlier, we all had gene Kelly and other artists who would add some lyrics and music to the movie. I miss those types of movies a lot. Anyway, do you know from where I can find shows by Andy Yeatman online?

Ah! It is so amazing. Have you noticed? New movies do not have much of music now days. Earlier, we all had gene Kelly and other artists who would add some lyrics and music to the movie. I miss those types of movies a lot. Anyway, do you know from where I can find shows by [Andy Yeatman](http://worldscreen.com/tvkids/tag/andy-yeatman/) online?

I like what you've done here, it sounds great. Can I ask what sort of amp simulators/plugin settings you used?

You could also try rolling off the upper frequencies with a tape plugin, some have a "wear" parameter that helps give it a warmer feel along with compression and some w&f. Not sure what all you did here but it's great! I was tempted to get Sonokinetic's Noir library on sale but I couldn't budget it at the time and I'd prefer to be able to create original retro orchestral content anyway.

I like what you've done here, it sounds great. Can I ask what sort of amp simulators/plugin settings you used? You could also try rolling off the upper frequencies with a tape plugin, some have a "wear" parameter that helps give it a warmer feel along with compression and some w&f. Not sure what all you did here but it's great! I was tempted to get Sonokinetic's Noir library on sale but I couldn't budget it at the time and I'd prefer to be able to create original retro orchestral content anyway.
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