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Audio Modeling SWAM Trombones Download

This collection is comprised of five types of expressive trombones: Double Bass Trombone, Bass Trombone, Tenor Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone and Alto Trombone. SWAM-B technology guarantees the same natural reactions as real instruments. With SWAM instruments you can compose and arrange your jazz, orchestral pieces, or concertos utilizing powerful instruments with natural, fluid expression.
Manufacturer: Audio Modeling
SKU: AM-TBNX
$229.00 excl tax

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This collection is comprised of five types of expressive trombones: Double Bass Trombone, Bass Trombone, Tenor Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone and Alto Trombone

Physical Modeling allows all articulations typical of Trombones to be reproduced in real time, by acting on its main physical elements such as pipe length, breath pressure, and lip tension.

Independent control of the slide allows soft glissando's as well as ones with typical overtone triggers. Regardless, you can always choose between Slide or Valve mode.

 

START PLAYING FOR REAL

SWAM Engine digitally handcrafted acoustic instruments are never a simple recording of notes via sample libraries, but rather a set of real virtual instruments based on their traditional counterparts, and they allow you to control the expression of a virtual acoustic instrument: while a sample library repeats a pre-recorded sound, SWAM instruments play for real.

PLAY WITH REAL TIME CONTROLS

All the following parameters are controllable in real-time (through MIDI) or by a Digital Audio Workstation:

  • Expression (Dynamic)
  • Note transitions (Staccato / Legato / Portamento) with no KeySwitches
  • Vibrato Depth (from regular to Shake)
  • Vibrato Rate
  • Portamento Time
  • Growl
  • Flutter Tongue
  • Breath Noise
  • Dirtiness
  • Sustain
  • Mute Control (wah/hand)
  • Attack Noise on pianissimo
  • Attack Tongue
  • Reactivity
  • Mutes
  • Pipe Gesture
  • Half Valve Amount
  • Valves and Slide Position
  • Dynamic Pitch
  • Microtuning
  • Main Volume
  • Pan Pot
  • Reverb Mix

DIGITALLY HANDCRAFTED INSTRUMENTS

Developed by Audio Modeling using SWAM Technology, SWAM Trombones are real-time controllable via a MIDI controller and do not require any Giga-sized pre-recorded libraries, but only the smallest footprint to create the perfect organic consistency resulting from the endless expressive parameters that are unique of every live performance.

FORMATS

AU, VST, VST3, AAX 64bit

Mac OSX

10.7 – 10.15 (Catalina)

WINDOWS

Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

INSTALL SIZE

Required space after installation: 75 MB for two pluginsRAM occupancy: about 15 MB for each instrument instance

CPU LOAD

The realism and expressiveness of the SWAM instrument requires a computer with at least a 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU for running a single plugin instance. Less powerful systems may also prove satisfactory, but may require larger buffer sizes, involving higher latencies.

 

This collection is comprised of five types of expressive trombones: Double Bass Trombone, Bass Trombone, Tenor Bass Trombone, Tenor Trombone and Alto Trombone

Physical Modeling allows all articulations typical of Trombones to be reproduced in real time, by acting on its main physical elements such as pipe length, breath pressure, and lip tension.

Independent control of the slide allows soft glissando's as well as ones with typical overtone triggers. Regardless, you can always choose between Slide or Valve mode.

 

START PLAYING FOR REAL

SWAM Engine digitally handcrafted acoustic instruments are never a simple recording of notes via sample libraries, but rather a set of real virtual instruments based on their traditional counterparts, and they allow you to control the expression of a virtual acoustic instrument: while a sample library repeats a pre-recorded sound, SWAM instruments play for real.

PLAY WITH REAL TIME CONTROLS

All the following parameters are controllable in real-time (through MIDI) or by a Digital Audio Workstation:

  • Expression (Dynamic)
  • Note transitions (Staccato / Legato / Portamento) with no KeySwitches
  • Vibrato Depth (from regular to Shake)
  • Vibrato Rate
  • Portamento Time
  • Growl
  • Flutter Tongue
  • Breath Noise
  • Dirtiness
  • Sustain
  • Mute Control (wah/hand)
  • Attack Noise on pianissimo
  • Attack Tongue
  • Reactivity
  • Mutes
  • Pipe Gesture
  • Half Valve Amount
  • Valves and Slide Position
  • Dynamic Pitch
  • Microtuning
  • Main Volume
  • Pan Pot
  • Reverb Mix

DIGITALLY HANDCRAFTED INSTRUMENTS

Developed by Audio Modeling using SWAM Technology, SWAM Trombones are real-time controllable via a MIDI controller and do not require any Giga-sized pre-recorded libraries, but only the smallest footprint to create the perfect organic consistency resulting from the endless expressive parameters that are unique of every live performance.

FORMATS

AU, VST, VST3, AAX 64bit

Mac OSX

10.7 – 10.15 (Catalina)

WINDOWS

Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

INSTALL SIZE

Required space after installation: 75 MB for two pluginsRAM occupancy: about 15 MB for each instrument instance

CPU LOAD

The realism and expressiveness of the SWAM instrument requires a computer with at least a 1.6 GHz Core 2 Duo CPU for running a single plugin instance. Less powerful systems may also prove satisfactory, but may require larger buffer sizes, involving higher latencies.