Solo Strings
"Overtones Controlled" String Quartet Demo

Hello everyone.

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-RTiM66Qpo&lc=UgyuyWqMLKzNcene2RF4AaABAg

I'm still wondering how to control it in real time properly and rationally (play and input), but I'm convinced that overtone control will further expand the range of expression of SWAM.

I'll try woodwind or brass next.

Hikari (t1)

Hello everyone. 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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-RTiM66Qpo&lc=UgyuyWqMLKzNcene2RF4AaABAg I'm still wondering how to control it in real time properly and rationally (play and input), but I'm convinced that overtone control will further expand the range of expression of SWAM. I'll try woodwind or brass next. Hikari (t1)
edited Oct 26 '20 at 12:50 am

I'm not sure how the "overtone EQ" you mention works into this, but Wow!, the SWAM strings sound fantastic.

I'm not sure how the "overtone EQ" you mention works into this, but Wow!, the SWAM strings sound fantastic.

Spoiler... there will be a "Timbral Correction" section on the new Solo Strings v3 (and also Woodwinds and Brass), where it will be possible to correct the gain of up to two harmonics (overtones). smile

Spoiler... there will be a "Timbral Correction" section on the new Solo Strings v3 (and also Woodwinds and Brass), where it will be possible to correct the gain of up to two harmonics (overtones). :x

Sounds great !
I do reatime controlling of the sound ("Bite"smile of the Flute with my Breath controller's "Bite force" in an unsual way. Controlling such overtones for such purpose seems appropriate.
-Michael

Sounds great ! I do reatime controlling of the sound ("Bite") of the Flute with my Breath controller's "Bite force" in an unsual way. Controlling such overtones for such purpose seems appropriate. -Michael
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