I had a bit of fun with this Video a couple of years ago, but I think there's an interesting point to share and discuss about it:
Looking to the hands, the bow, the strings, while editing my sequence, was incredibly useful to take decisions about the articulations and parameters, like vibrato rate and intensity, bow pressure and attack, por
It was few years ago when I did this demo... but still today listening to it I'm surprised for the flexibility of the SWAM Clarinet: designed for Jazz and Pop, it feels perfectly comfortable with serious Classical music. Amazing... do you agree?
It would be nice to have an option to purchase single woodwind-instruments, for exemple only the oboe instead of the four double reeds as a package. Within the strings you may buy a violin, a cello, why not giving this option within the woodwind-family?
It's me Kyle Judkins, some of you might know me from other forums, and I've definitely got some tricks I would like to share, but I think it's essential that we come to a basic formula for how tricks are shared in order to make sure nobody's time is wasted, and people know right away if they have the tools of course if the sound it can achieve is one that they are looking for
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