Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by amouretmusic » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:41 pm

I think you should give us some informations. I'm afraid of being dead before .. :lol:

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Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings Update

Post by webmaster » Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:37 pm

Dear friends,

We are very happy to see the enthusiasm for our upcoming string library. ;)

All the instruments, solo & ensemble, are in an advanced stage of development, and in-house beta testing, debugging and fine-tuning are progressing nicely. It is a very ambitious project, encompassing solo violin, viola, cello, double bass and our proprietary method for expressive ensembles.
As we break new ground during the development process, implementing changes in all of the instruments can be time consuming. We believe our results will justify the additional time in development.

Stay tuned.

The Samplemodeling Team.

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by dstong » Tue Apr 23, 2019 7:42 am

Sounds great. I am eagerly awaiting all this new stuff !

Thanks,

Dan

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by amouretmusic » Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:11 pm

I am waiting with impacience to be able to compare swam violin... and your software. the most fantastic with samplemodeling software is to offer solutions with several instruments of the same type mixed. swam does not offer it. when you put two or three swam flutes to create a set there are a lot of phase problems. with three trumpets or three trombones we do not have the problem. it's worth the wait

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by MSchnell » Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:35 pm

The Trumpet features especially crafted ensemble instruments.
I suppose with SWAM instruments, you need to humanize some parameters to get rid of phase problems.
-Michael
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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by amouretmusic » Thu Apr 25, 2019 1:40 pm

I tried with the swam the result is not convincing. it's a big disaster. I hope they will someday consider this problem...

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by MSchnell » Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:08 pm

I have their "Cello" and it's nice as a solo instrument.

As your issue seems to be a decent shortcoming, you should bug them in their own forum -> https://community.audiomodeling.com/.

-Michael
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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by amouretmusic » Tue Apr 30, 2019 10:21 am

yes solo the sound is fantastic. but mixed two flutes or 6 cello is impossible.the sound is disastrous. but I believe in them. I am sure they will work on the problem of IR harmonqiues and the first reflexions.

I hope that the sound of string solo and ensemble gives a better result.

I need a realistic ensemble sound....

so i'am waiting
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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by amouretmusic » Mon May 06, 2019 2:08 pm

Hello.

will you offer crossgrade for users of swam solo string bundle?

Best regards

eric

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Re: Samplemodeling Solo & Ensemble Strings

Post by dstong » Sun May 12, 2019 10:25 pm

At some point there was a mention of a future MIDI standard upgrade that would break the limit on dynamic range. Hopefully your Strings technology will be ready to rapidly conform to a new industry wide MIDI standard.

Like, everyone else I look forward to the new Strings, which I expect will use and expand the excellent user interface that that your Brass instruments already have.

Thanks,

Dan

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