SWAM Engine – SWAM Soprano Sax v2.7.0 CE-VR (VSTI, AAX) [Win x64]

By | September 25, 2018



Year / Date of Issue : 08/09/2018
Version : 2.7.0
Developer : SWAM Engine
Developer’s site : href.li
Format : VSTi, AAX
Bit depth : 64bit
Tabletka : cured
System requirements : VST, AAX – 64bit only
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

Description : This collection consists of four instruments of the standard saxophone quartet. These are Soprano saxophones.
This collection consists of four instruments of the standard saxophone quartet: soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. You do not need any pre-recorded Giga libraries, because SWAM Saxophones is not a record of notes through sample libraries, but a set of real virtual instruments based on traditional saxophones.
SWAM saxophones developed with the help of sound simulation technology are the result of a combination of innovative work methods and concepts of physical and behavioral modeling using the multi-vector / phase-synchronous sampling method. This collection is the most realistic, real-time controlled, expressive set of virtual saxophones on the market and requires only a minimal space to create an ideal organic consistency as a result of endless expressive parameters that are unique to every live performance.
As a producer, composer or live performer, you can use SWAM saxophones to play any musical style: from classical to jazz, from Pop to Funky and any other musical style. Simply draw them in the section without artifacts and select a different timbre for each instance.
All of the following parameters are controlled in real-time (via MIDI) or using a digital audio workstation:
The expression (dynamic)
Notes transitions (Staccato / Legato / Portamento) without KeySwitches
Mode Legato (Glissando vs Expressive)
Depth of vibrato
Vibrato Rate
Time in Portamento
Harmonic structure
Flutter language
Key noise
Dynamic step
The main volume
Reverb Mix

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Soprano Saxophone: chromatic from Gb2 – A5 to C Concert.
Alto-sax: chromatic from B1-G5 in the C-concert.
Tenor Saxophone: Chromatic from Gb1 – F5 to C Concert (transposed by one octave down by default).
Baritone saxophone: chromatic from B0 – Eb5 to C Concert (by default transposed one octave down).
* Medium C = C3

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