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Solo is a kind of compact workstation in which you can find many ready-to-play sounds. The developers partner up with musicians and producers from around the globe to include a library of authentic sounds. If this is not enough, a synthesizer engine is available which enables to build sounds from scratch. Solo features a synth engine with three layers. Each can be assigned either with sample content or with virtual analog oscillators.
This allows you to blend classic synthetic with organic sounds. Every layer has a mixer knob and from this stage, all three sounds flow into a filter section. A filter is always very helpful to filter out unwanted frequencies or simply to alienate the sound. Then, you have a classic ADSR envelope for the loudness of the entire sound.
The LFO offers controls for type, rate, attack, depth, and depth attack to modulate the filter, osc, effects, and more. Other controllers help you to drive parameters throughout the virtual instrument. Not as feature-rich as a flagship synthesizer, but sufficient to bring some flexibility to your sounds. It includes EQ, distortion, phaser, delay, and reverb to finalize your sounds.
According to the developer, these are designed in such a way that they can also be used more intensively and aggressively. Starting from the tonic of a particular Arabic maqam or a Turkish makam , the first few measures of the improvisation remain in the lower ajnas of the maqam, thereby introducing the maqam to the listener. After this introduction, the performer is free to move anywhere in the maqam, and even to modulate to other maqams, as long as they return to the original one.
Taqsim is either a solo instrument performance, or one that is backed by a percussionist or other instrumentalist playing a drone on the tonic of the maqam. This article about Arabic music is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Taksim.