Martyn Ware And The Musical Saw

US Video interview spotlights the DC Noisemaker sample set with Martyn Ware and saw player David Coulter      29/09/15

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This new video features an interview with David Coulter and Martyn Ware, going into detail about the creation of Spitfire Audio's DC Noisemaker, which they describe as a set of esoteric instruments with the haunting musical saw as the centrepiece, performed by David Coulter and produced by Martyn Ware.

A Spitfire Audio spokesperson had this to say, "As with all producer portfolio products, DC Noisemaker has been recorded in a dry environment to give you ultimate control. There are a number of mics and mixes to give you different perspectives and each instrument loads with a series of keyswitched "articulations" to give you ultimate control over your artistic direction. We also have a series of curated "Mercury Synth" presets which give you quick and inspiring takes on David's instruments with very easy to tweak sonic options and effects.When approaching the musical saw we took experience garnered creating the Artisan Violin and Artisan Cello to get the most personality out of David's playing and instruments. These differing set of instrument specific articulations have been ingeniously combined into a "performance patch" that responds to your playing so that you're not playing David's instruments, you're playing David playing David's instruments!"

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£75 until 1st Oct (normally £99)

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