Woodwind Virtual Instruments

BandmateLoops announces Westgate Studios Woodwinds      22/10/07

Woodwind Virtual Instruments

BandmateLoops.com Announces Partnership with Westgate Studios, releases new Multi-Sampled Virtual Instruments BandmateLoops has announced new content partner Westgate Studios and unveiled a new line of Woodwind Virtual Instruments .
Scott Shapiro, president of SonicEmulations told us, "We are proud to welcome Westgate Studios as an official BandmateLoops partner and feel they offer compelling quality and value and for all our customers."
Owned and operated by award-winning composer Timothy Edward Smith, Westgate Studios is dedicated to creating high-end sample libraries for todays software samplers. Timothy had this to say, "Our focus is not only on the quality of our products, but also on providing feature-rich content at a fraction of the usual cost."
Westgate Studios Woodwinds are divided into five volumes, featuring an ultra-expressive collection of instruments such as Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Bassoon and much more. All five volumes can also be purchased together (Complete version) at a significant discount.
Westgate Studios Woodwinds currently support GigaStudio- with more formats available in the near future. All past and present customers will have access to new formats as they are added for up to six months from the date of purchase.
Pricing and Availability:
Each Westgate Woodwind Volume is available 24/7 via electronic delivery for an introductory price of $39.95 USD. More information:

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