All genres where you need to use modern or ancient sounds, India, Western, Cinematic, Film Score, Chillout, Ethno and more…
Swar Studio is the first sequencer primarily aimed at music from India, whether modern or ancient. It includes both Indian and Western virtual instruments to allow you to create your favourite songs from the film or classical repertoire without the need of any additional tool. With Swar Studio, you’ll be able to reproduce your favorite Bollywood hits of the past or present days, and/or create your own personal songs for a fraction of the price of setting up an expensive home studio. Audition them in sync with your host, then drag & drop them on your tracks. Simple as that! From version 1.2 onwards, Swar Studio also includes Karaoke features so you can record your own voice on a new audio track or just sing along with friends.
SWAR STUDIO IN A GLANCE
ò Fully featured, cost-effective DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)
ò Audio tracks for recording or dragging audio loops
ò Instrument tracks for recording from keyboard or dragging MIDI loops
ò 41 built-in virtual instruments*
ò Accepts custom VSTi/Audio Units synths
ò Library panel with hundreds of included MIDI loops
ò VST and Audio Unit effects
ò Piano Roll editor for MIDI loops
ò Link to external tools
ò Drag loops directly from SwarShala or Swar Librarian
ò Export to audio or MIDI files
ò Karaoke panels to view/create lyrics in different notations, including Indian scripts
ò Windows and Mac OS X
BUILT-IN VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTS
Accordion, Bansuri, Bass, Bells, Brass Section, Brightness, Cello, Chimta, Choir Aahs, Clean Guitar, Dhol, Dholak, Drums, Duff, Duggis, Dulcimer, Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Ghatam, Guitar, Gunghroo, Harmonium, Lead Synth, Manjeera, Piano, Santoor, Sarod, Saxophone, Sitar, Slap Bass, Slow Strings, Strings Ensemble, Synth Pad, Tabla, Tambourines, Tanpura, Trumpet, Tumbi, Vibraphone, Violin, Whistle.
About Swar Systems:
Swar Systems is a Switzerland-based music software company specialized in sonorities from India. Our software tools enable composers worldwide to add tracks of Indian instruments to their songs.