Sample Modeling SWAM

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SWAM engine (Synchronous Wavelength Acoustic Modeling)

Wind instruments differ one each other mainly in the type of exciter used (reed, double reed, mouthpiece, …) but the physics of the resonator, which in the case of wind instruments is a pipe, it is quite clear and different types can be distinguished by some variants such as closed pipe vs. open pipe, cylindrical vs. conical, coullisse vs. holes, material (wood, metal, other …).
In the SWAM instruments there is no a real exciter because the sound is sampled and the most modeled part is the pipe.

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