Here you will find everything related to the installation, activation, updates, release notes and manuals of our Virtual Instruments and Applications.
Product & License Management
- I Don't Hear a Difference When Adjusting the "Players Accuracy" Parameter... Is It Not Working?
- Why Are There Few Presets for the Strings Sections?
- Can I Use the Room Simulator for SWAM Solo Instruments?
- Can I Reuse a MIDI Preset Created with SWAM Solo Instruments?
- I Can't Achieve a "Scratch" Sound Effect Like in Solo Instruments, Is That Correct? / Increasing Bow Pressure Doesn't Produce a Scratch Sound Like in Solo Instruments.
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Grow Your Knowledge
- Ensure the Divisi Number Is Different When Adding Multiple Sections of the Same Instruments Playing at Unison
- Why Do I Sometimes Hear Portamento, Especially in Fast Runs? / How to Control and Limit Portamento in SWAM String Sections.
- Experiencing CPU Issues When Running Multiple Instances of SWAM String Section. / Is My Computer Powerful Enough for SWAM String Sections?
What is the difference between loading multiple Solo instruments and loading a Section in SWAM String Sections?
The distinction between loading multiple Solo instruments and loading a Section in SWAM String Sections goes beyond monophonic and polyphonic considerations. Both Solo instruments and Sections are individually monophonic. The key difference lies in the nuanced emulation of sound interactions that occur when multiple instruments are placed in a shared virtual space.
In SWAM String Sections, it's not solely about variations in the execution of individual instruments or timbral differences among them. The primary distinction lies in the faithful emulation of the acoustic interactions that naturally occur when multiple instruments share the same environment. These interactions include the room's acoustics, reflections, and the collective sound created when multiple instruments play together.
This feature enables you to experience the magic of an orchestra. It's not just about managing the performance of individual instruments; it's about immersing yourself in the authentic sound and resonance that comes from placing these instruments within a shared space. This level of detail and realism enhances your ability to create orchestral music that is both expressive and true to life.
In summary, the profound difference between using multiple Solo instruments and the new SWAM String Sections product lies in the meticulous emulation of the sonic interactions that take place when various instruments coexist within a shared acoustic environment. This realism adds depth and authenticity to your compositions, capturing the essence of a genuine orchestral experience.