Why isn't anyone talking about this?
I saw it mentioned in the VI Magazine and I immediately started wondering about the possibilities of this product.
My understanding is that (theoretically in my mind) the string/bow sound is all that is recorded and the body of the violin is an impulse added to the sound. This allows a small footprint library to carry the sound of 7 different violins through IR processing. This is a very ingenious idea. It is kind of the way an amp works, no? Different amps create different sounds from the same guitar. So this is no different. I can imagine the trade off being the CPU hungriness of the convolution processing. No matter though, this is still exciting.
Am I right in my thinking? Is there any more news about this or can anyone else shed more light on what its doing?