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Sound designer and musician Stefano Lucato started creating solo string libraries in 2003, and has been on a quest ever since to create the most accurate reproduction of acoustic instrument sounds, to be available in plug-in format. He teamed up with software developer Emanuele Parravicini to build a technology that they used together to release software versions of nearly all orchestral instruments.

Stefano and Emanuele created Audio Modeling in 2017, and run the business from a small village in Lombardy, Italy, between Milan and Lake Como. Their software instruments are used all over the world by composers and producers in the studio, as well as live.

On the 18th June, I will interview Emanuele Parravicini about Audio Modeling's journey and projects, and we'll hear demonstrations of the instruments live. Tune in on Facebook and YouTube.




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