A sautille bariolage effect, in which you roll the bow across the strings rapidly to make chords. There are major and minor chords at all 3 inversions, at 2 velocity layers, and the modwheel fades between a ponticello version and a normale version of everything, which can give extra motion to the sound.
The script I created detects what type of chord you are playing, and then plays back the corresponding sample.
The louder velocity layer includes some rubato, and each sample has a little bit different dynamics going on throughout. the softer velocity layer stays the same throughout.
All of the samples were recorded at 110bpm --It was tricky finding a tempo where I could get the bow to skip nicely across the strings.
A mini cello sound design playground, inspired by Spitfire's EVO. The idea was to put together a collection of dynamic cello articulations that are designed to all fit together.
there are 4 articulations, and instead of giving them the usual italian names, I came up with my own: bite, woomf, surge, and swell. For each of the 4 articulations, there are 3 styles: full, hollow, and airy.
For each of the 12 articulations, you can change their octave up or down, reverse them, or also loop them. The loops are somewhat random, so if you enable a bunch of articulations and make them all loop, you can get some interesting phasing evolutions.