Sound Magic has announced availability of its new Cadenza Violin, a hybrid modelling virtual instrument featuring the sounds of an Italian handmade violin.
Recorded with legendary U47 and M49 Neumann vintage microphones through an SSL 9000 series console, Cadenza Violin keeps the Italian handmade violin’s purity with crisp, clean, unaltered details free of reflections or coloring.
It’s this sound that leads Sound Magic to expand its Modeling Legato technology to bring musicians even more creative musical freedom. It is capable of supporting any technique, patches, or articulations with more control over the parametric. This allows musicians to manipulate shapes and sound variety in real time with smoother transitions between notes than a sampled legato.
Hybrid Vibrato and Tremolo achieves more authentic sounds from sampling without sacrificing creative control. For perspective, this means starting with non-vibrato and then fading in vibrato sustain while changing depth and speed. Or, users can also change Tremolo speed in real time while optimize control or to leverage human behaviors in the vibrato for enhanced realism in the final version.
Sound Magic have also made it possible to finish all techniques on a single track with Performance Keyswitch System that allows Cadenza Violin to be used in live performances without sacrificing quality or efficiency.
Cadenza Violin offers far more sound-shaping options than a sampling instrument with five bands parametric EQ and more control over the harmonic partial sounds. This means you can quickly change timbre with a simple turn of a knob or tune every single note with the Scala tuning system.
Cadenza Violin (VST/AU) is on sale for the intro price of $99 USD until June 5th, 2020 (MSRP $169 USD).
More information: Sound Magic