Solo Brass
Pitch Bend Control

Hi all,
I'm enjoying the awesome sound of SWAM Brass and Strings (hopefully woodwinds soon).

 I believe the answer to the following question is NO but I have to check because this is a make it or break it issue basically....

Am I able to automate the "Pitch Bend" parameter of SWAM Brass in my DAW (FL Studio)?

 I don't have hardware, and even if I did, I would like to be able to save the automation curves in my project...

Thank you.

Hi all, I'm enjoying the awesome sound of SWAM Brass and Strings (hopefully woodwinds soon). I believe the answer to the following question is NO but I have to check because this is a make it or break it issue basically.... ** Am I able to automate the "Pitch Bend" parameter of SWAM Brass in my DAW (FL Studio)?** I don't have hardware, and even if I did, I would like to be able to save the automation curves in my project... Thank you.

I am a FL Studio user.
It is possible to automate Pitch Bend.5ead9b1d80631
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I am a FL Studio user. It is possible to automate Pitch Bend.![5ead9b1d80631](serve/attachment&path=5ead9b1d80631) ![5ead9b1db9eb2](serve/attachment&path=5ead9b1db9eb2)

I have found to get a good pitch bend I set my AE10 to bite control Sax setting, bend range of 12 and then in SWAM brass I set the pitch bend to 48 up and down. So it's a combination of controller and app settings.

I have found to get a good pitch bend I set my AE10 to bite control Sax setting, bend range of 12 and then in SWAM brass I set the pitch bend to 48 up and down. So it's a combination of controller and app settings.

Great !
I found that t can't control the bite force sensor of my TEC BBCv2 is a way stable enough for pitch bend (so I use the nodding sensor). But with my long broken and retired Yamaha WX7 this was rather easy. The TEC has a pure force sensor, while the WX7 had a lip sensor that detected the position of the "reed" (which is not possible with the purely mouth mounted BBC).
How does the lip sensor of the AE10 work ?
-Michael

Great ! I found that t can't control the bite force sensor of my TEC BBCv2 is a way stable enough for pitch bend (so I use the nodding sensor). But with my long broken and retired Yamaha WX7 this was rather easy. The TEC has a pure force sensor, while the WX7 had a lip sensor that detected the position of the "reed" (which is not possible with the purely mouth mounted BBC). How does the lip sensor of the AE10 work ? -Michael

Not sure how the electronics work but you have to use a combination of bend range settings, bite control settings and bit out settings to get SWAM to respond well. I use a bend range of 12 on AE10 and bend range +/- of 48 in SWAM ios. The manual is on-line but unless you have experience with the AE10, it can be confusing.

Not sure how the electronics work but you have to use a combination of bend range settings, bite control settings and bit out settings to get SWAM to respond well. I use a bend range of 12 on AE10 and bend range +/- of 48 in SWAM ios. The manual is on-line but unless you have experience with the AE10, it can be confusing.
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