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MIDI Guitar, Breath Controller, SWAM Tenor Sax

Blue Bossa on MIDI Guitar (Youtube)

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:

https://soundcloud.com/chrispmanuel/sets/swam-saxophones

[Blue Bossa on MIDI Guitar (Youtube)](https://youtu.be/QDnAXKGktoY "Blue Bossa on MIDI Guitar") 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: [SWAM Saxophones on Soundcloud](https://soundcloud.com/chrispmanuel/sets/swam-saxophones "SWAM Saxophones on Soundcloud")
edited Apr 4 at 11:08 pm

Really Nice !
I play virtual Solo instruments (SWAM FLute, Sample Modeling "Trumpet" ) by the TEC plus Midi Keyboard. Unfortunately I don't have "Saxophones" (because my band features a fabulous real Saxophone player).
It's interesting to hear how the different controller setup (Midi Guitar vs Midi keyboard) influences the plying style: the note-transitions we produce in a live performance feel different vs those a real wind instrument player would perform in opposite directions. Obviously a SWAM instrument can reproduce both smile .

Thanks for sharing !
-Michael

Really Nice ! I play virtual Solo instruments (SWAM FLute, Sample Modeling "Trumpet" ) by the TEC plus Midi Keyboard. Unfortunately I don't have "Saxophones" (because my band features a fabulous real Saxophone player). It's interesting to hear how the different controller setup (Midi Guitar vs Midi keyboard) influences the plying style: the note-transitions we produce in a live performance feel different vs those a real wind instrument player would perform in opposite directions. Obviously a SWAM instrument can reproduce both :) . Thanks for sharing ! -Michael
edited Apr 5 at 10:06 pm

Michael - thanks for your comments. The SWAM instruments are so inspiring to play that I'm re-kindling my interest in playing and learning. I have a new Starr Labs controller on the way (GoTar) which will introduce many more possibilities.

Michael - thanks for your comments. The SWAM instruments are so inspiring to play that I'm re-kindling my interest in playing and learning. I have a new Starr Labs controller on the way (GoTar) which will introduce many more possibilities.
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