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NAMM2020: Geoshred with Audio Modeling SWAM

YouTuber Gerald Peter will be at NAMM as a presenter for the moForte and Audio Modeling booth. There they'll be showing off GeoShred 5.0, which will offer Audio Modeling's SWAM instruments as IAPs. GeoShred 5.0 is expected to arrive in Q2 2020. Here is an impressive Saxophone jam to whet your apatite.

Video Description:

This is the most expressive musical iOS experience out there yet in my opinion: iPhone 8 force touch + moForte.com GeoShred + Audio Modeling SWAM saxophone. I feel honored to be a featured artist for these innovative music technology companies (moForte and Audio Modeling).

Thanks to Benjamin Harrison for letting me use his backing track for this video. Check out more of his tracks at https://bensjamtracks.com/ Ben's Jam Tracks

check out also my other musical projects at http://www.geradpetermusic.com

Reader Comments 4

Though it is doesn't sound real, per se, it is a musical and useable sound.

I'd like to use that sound with a regular-assed keyboard and a breath controller. Does GeoShred allow for that kinda action?
January 15, 2020  | favorite_border stub
On January 15, 2020 - @stub said:
Though it is doesn't sound real, per se, it is a musical and useable sound.

I'd like to use that sound with a regular-assed keyboard and a breath controller. Does GeoShred allow for that kinda action?
It does. We’ve had a whole discussion about this with moForte CTO Pat Scandalis over on the windcontroller Facebook group. Long story short, the new sounds will work like existing ones. GeoShred currently allows for external controllers in the standalone app (as in the AUv3, obviously). CC02 and CC11 will be pre-mapped for these SWAM sounds.
Thanks, @Enkerli

I've been enjoying playing with Respiro on my Mac. It's a really nice wind instrument model.
January 16, 2020  | favorite_border stub
Haven't heard a "true" sax sample yet... and I've been trying to achieve one since the Sinclavier... lol

It IS a very usable sound... but as much harmonica as sax... especially in the upper octaves...
January 16, 2020  | person_outline PAT ZICARI
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