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Flexible, expressive and highly performing: an in-depth look to SWAM instruments

Flexible, expressive and highly performing: an in-depth look to SWAM instruments 800 406 Audio Modeling

Apart from their uncanny ability to perfectly replicate the sound and dynamics of traditional musical instruments, SWAM instruments are also playable “out of the box”. Launched with a default keyboard…

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The importance of user research to build new instruments

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The importance of user research to build new instruments, by Simone Capitani (UX Designer at Audio Modeling) User Experience Design and User Research are widely applied to Web Development, field…

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Bruce Miller: an incredible journey through music in various media

Bruce Miller: an incredible journey through music in various media 1000 667 Audio Modeling

Detroit-native Bruce Miller is considered one of the most talented composers, arrangers and conductors of modern times. Starting his career on the local jazz and R&B scene as a guitarist…

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Audio Modeling at NAMM Show 2019

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Audio Modeling will be present at the Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California from January 24th to 27th. At booth #10616, Hall A (see it on the map) you can…

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Stop listening, start playing

Stop listening, start playing 800 450 Audio Modeling

SWAM Instruments provide the control every Musician needs.

Have you ever composed or played with a sample library? The way a sax or violin sound evolves is the result of studio recording. It is a kind of “picture” taken from another musician playing a Sax or a Violin for you. You can combine, tweak and get inspired from it but someone else has recorded it for you, probably very well, but are you sure you can express yourself totally with it?

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