Description

These five digitally handcrafted acoustic instruments – Bass Tuba, Tuba (Eb), Euphonium, French Horn (F), French Horn (Bb) – were developed by Audio Modeling using SWAM Technology. This results in some of the most realistic, real-time controllable, and expressive virtual Horns and Tubas.

SWAM Horns and Tubas Realized With Physical Modeling
This technology allows all articulations typical of this instrument to be reproduced in real time, by acting on its main physical elements such as pipe length, breath pressure, and lip tension. In French Horns, the sound can be modulated using a hand inside the bell. Moreover, one can perform pedal notes by enabling the additional-valve option. This feature is available for all of the SWAM Brass Family.

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. 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.

Digitally Handcrafted Instruments
Developed by Audio Modeling using SWAM Technology, SWAM Horns and Tubas 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.
Specifications
General
  • Software type: Virtual solo horns and tubas
  • Plug-in format(s): VST, VST3, AAX
  • Computer platform: Mac & Windows
  • Delivery: Software download
  • Version: Full version
Sound Library
  • Sound generation: Sample based
  • Standalone: Yes
  • Expandable: No
Minimum System Requirements
  • Free hard drive space: 75 MB
  • RAM: 15 MB per instrument instance
  • Mac requirements: OS X 10.7 - 10.11 (El Capitan), macOS 10.12 (Sierra) - 10.14 (Mojave)
  • Windows requirements: Windows 7 - 10
  • 64-bit compatible: Yes

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