After three years of research, lots of hard work, and a load of anticipation, it is finally here. BRASS is being boxed up and shipped out. Thanks to BRASS software, the somewhat exclusive world of those with access to real brass instruments in musical compositions has opened its doors to everyone. Whether you operate from a large studio or are accustomed to playing in a home setting, BRASS brings playable, realistic trumpets, trombones, and saxophones to your fingertips.
BRASS is a new kind of virtual instrument: a software recreation of the trumpet, saxophone, and trombone. This software allows you to play instruments like a professional performer would do: same control, flexibility, and expressiveness (without the years of training it takes to do so). It gives you instant and constant creation. Brass is so dynamic and easy-to-use that you will never go back to flat sampled riff libraries ever again.
* Virtual instrument playable through a MIDI keyboard
* Three instruments available : Trumpet, Saxophone, Trombone
* 8 parameters to control the instruments in real time :
o Pitch (for legatos, falls or expressivity)
o Timbre of the instruments
o Noise amount in the instrument sound
o Position of the instrument toward the microphone
o Mute (for trumpet and trombone)
* Total midi control of each parameter through powerful settings, control sense and hardness
* Independent automatization of each parameter via a dedicated control window
* Configuration of the instruments : 4 attack and 4 vibrato types, material, humanization
* More than 1000 riff presets in all music styles
* Easy and fast searching of riffs with the preset explorer
* Up to 4 simultaneous instruments in a riff
* Editable length, tempo and tune of each riff
* Riff editing with the zoomable pianoroll and independent parameter editing
* Powerful editing options : solo, mute, 8 drawing tools
* Import and export riff presets from and to midifiles
* Live playing of several riffs with the keyboard
* Chorus mode for all instruments, up to 4 instruments unison section
* Spatialization of the instruments in a configurable room
For more information please visit the Arturia website.