WNAMM07: Eastwest Launch 6 New Virtual Instruments

Powered by the world's first 64-bit sample engine      29/01/07

WNAMM07: Eastwest Launch 6 New Virtual Instruments


Buying Choices
EastWest/Quantum Leap have announced 6 new virtual instrument collections powered by what they tell us is the world’s first 64-bit sample engine. Here’s the details of all six in their own words:
FAB FOUR
A virtual instrument inspired by the sounds of the Beatles, using the same kind of instruments and recording equipment the Beatles used to create their music.
QUANTUM LEAP PIANOS
The most detailed collection of the world's finest grand pianos, recorded in one of the 'temples of sound', EASTWEST STUDIOS (more RIAA certified platinum and gold records awarded than any other recording studios) with 3 mic positions for each piano.
QUANTUM LEAP GYPSY
A collection of detailed virtual instruments capable of playing completely realistic performances. This product is mostly intended for film, tv and game composers.
QUANTUM LEAP MINISTRY OF ROCK
A HUGE collection of Rock Drums, Basses and Guitars recorded in the famous EASTWEST Studio 2.
QUANTUM LEAP VOICES OF PASSION
A virtual instrument of Female Vocalists from Wales, Syria, India, Bulgaria and America. Ethereal, Passionate, Flowing, Mysterious, Wailing and Whispering vocals for Film, TV and Game composers as well as Songwriters, New Age Artists and Zen Horticulturists.
QUANTUM LEAP SD2 THE NEXT GENERATION
The sequel to Stormdrum, SD2 is a stunning collection of exceptional acoustic percussion instruments. The exclusive selection of drums and percussions exceeds all other existing libraries out there.
Pricing and Availability:
Shipping in March.
See website for pricing details
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