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SoundMagic Amati Violin Review 2024

A new hybrid modeling virtual instrument called Amati Violin has been released by audio technology firm Sound Magic. The Amati violin has a distinctive tone that stirs feelings. The finished sound gains a distinctive timbre color as a result. This violin may add unique qualities to its sound with a natural dynamic, regardless of the style of music you compose.

Nicol Amati built a rare antique violin in 1664 that served as the inspiration for the Amati violin. The most prominent member of the Amati family, Nicol Amati, became known as an accomplished violin builder in his native Italy. Additionally, he taught Antonio Stradivari and Andrea Guarneri, two of his most well-known students. These names stand for the finest violin ever created.

The Amati violin has a distinctive tone that stirs feelings. The finished sound gains a distinctive timbre color as a result. This violin may add unique qualities to its sound with a natural dynamic, regardless of the style of music you compose. Additionally, the multi dynamic sampling makes sure that the violin has adequate vitality for crescendos and diminuendos.

Amati Violin has been recoded in a variety of formats to meet every demand, including non-vibrato, pizzicato, sustains, staccato, and spiccato, to ensure it matches any musical style. There are no two sessions, songs, or musical experiences that are exactly same. The majority of articulations also have several vibrato depths to meet a wider range of scenarios.

With five bands of parametric EQ and better control over the harmonic partial sounds, Amati Violin provides significantly more sound-shaping options than a sampling instrument. This indicates that you can instantly alter timbre with the turn of a knob or tune each note individually using the Scala tuning system.