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I have a piezo pickup on my violin; it sounds great live. The problem is when I try to record it. I'm not making a CD or anything close but recording originals, band tunes etc. My violin sounds .. well, terrible. Is there a way to tweak that in Cakewalk so it is so ugly sounding - nasally, shrill at times, very "electric". I was surprised since it sounds so natural live (yes, I know it isn't quite natural .. but close). I'm not by any means a recording aficionado so have limited skills. I can use prochannel tweeks on the other instruments (guitar, cello, irish drum.. from BIAB) and they sound amazing.
free violin library https://performancesamples.com/conmoto-violinslegacy/#description CON MOTO – VIOLINS LEGACY Expressive Ensemble Strings with Motion In advance of the forthcoming Violins A, Violas, Violins B, and Basses releases… Con Moto – Violins Legacy consists of non-comprehensive material from an early recording session for Con Moto, before it was re-recorded in another room with a smaller ensemble. Twelve violins (primarily soloist and 1st-chair musicians) from the Capellen Orchestra Start new topicThree dynamic layers, from moderately soft to FFF “Active-bow” sustains (non-static longs that move and evolve while simultaneously maintaining the dynamic/timbre) Recorded in a hall with multiple mic positions: Close Decca Wide 48kHz / 24bit NCW-compressed, ~422 MB total Built for Kontakt 5.5.1 and above – full, retail version of Kontakt required Download via Continuata NOTE ON DELAY: this library has a moderately delayed response when playing (80 ms based on the close mic).