Sample Modeling The Trumpet 2 Update
Samplemodeling has announced the release of version 2.0.1 of The Trumpet. This major update is provided free of charge to all customers.
Since the release of v1.01 of The Trumpet, Samplemodeling received extensive feedback from its customers, which proved to be extremely useful to further improve the instrument. Most requests concerned optimisation for wind-controllers, extended remapping of MIDI controllers, MIDI loading of mutes, and additional keyswitch-controlled articulations like "doits". All of these requests have been fulfilled in version 2.01. In particular, virtually any wind-controller can now be used to play The Trumpet with excellent results.
Other new features were introduced by Samplemodeling in an effort to make the instrument even more playable and user-friendly. Complete bidirectional GUI mapping of all controllers, a more flexible approach to portamento time control, CC-controlled dynamics-to-pitch response, and an entirely new Breath-controller mode, yielding a more real trumpet-like behaviour, have been introduced.
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