Gypsy Band Takes to the Road

Quantum Leap Gypsy virtual instruments on the move      07/06/07

Gypsy Band Takes to the Road
Gypsy in a box

You may have seen our demo from the talented Nick Phoenix (the producer of Gypsy) at this years Musik Messe (or you may not). One of the instruments he demonstrated was a collection of solo violin, a large selection of acoustic guitars (steel and nylon strung), accordians and Gyspy percussion, flamenco foot stomps etc. This instrument utilizes the new Play engine which they have designed to replace the previously Kontakt based playback engine and reputedly gives better performance, 64-bit support, networking features and a more integrated instrument browsing UI. So if the hot blooded Gypsy vibe got you itching to create, now you can order your very as its now shipping. Listed at $399.99 it can be purchased through the East West Soundslonline.com store for $355 – a special offer available until 15th June 2007.
    Key features of Quantum Leap Gypsy include:
  • Violin (true legato intervals) in classical and gypsy style
  • Classical Guitar
  • Flamenco Guitar
  • Django Style Guitar
  • Spanish Steel String Guitar
  • Campana Accordion
  • Silvestri Accordion
  • Excelsior Accordion Bandoneon
  • Bandoneon
  • Trombone (true legato intervals) in classical and gypsy style
  • Flamenco Dancer
  • Gypsy percussion
  • Superior reverb impulses recorded by Prof. Keith O. Johnson and Nick Phoenix

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