The Continuum Fingerboard's wind instruments use a non-linear feedback filter and a convolution body to simulate the tonal resonance and acoustical effects of blowing through a tube.
The Slide Wind employs a harmonic frequency slide that is mapped to the Y direction of the Continuum. This allows for subtle or dramatic tonal shifts depending on playing style.
The examples below were performed using the Continuum Fingerboard's Slide Wind instrument.
Mainly in the midrange of the instrument, with a more subtle use of the Y timbre shift effect.
A repetitive phrase, showing different settings of the "Air" control in the Slide Wind. Higher values for Air will increase breathiness in the sound.
Other Internal Sounds