Eastwest Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds

Newest addition to the Hollywood Series is now available      09/08/12
Eastwest Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds


Eastwest is now shipping Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds. They tell us that, over 70 weeks, the EASTWEST team recorded, edited and programmed every nuance of world-class orchestral woodwind players with meticulous care - the result being a comprehensive library of breathtakingly real woodwind sounds to complement Hollywood Strings and Hollywood Brass. Here's the details in Eastwest's own words...
Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds is the most powerful, realistic and complete woodwind virtual (software) instrument, weighing in with a massive 145 GB of meticulously captured realism and detail.
As with Hollywood Strings and Hollywood Brass, this library was sound engineered in the legendary EASTWEST Studio 1 by Academy Award, C.A.S. (Cinema Audio Society), BAFTA, and EMMY award-winning sound engineer Shawn Murphy, who has recorded and mixed the scores for more than 300 feature films including Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Star Wars: Episode II and III and many more.
Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds includes Alto Flute, Bass Clarinet, Bass Flute, Bassoon, Clarinet, Contra Bass Clarinet, Contra Bassoon, Eb Clarinet, English Horn, Flute, Flute 2, Oboe, Piccolo Flute, with unprecedented sound quality and expression, true legato plus 5 user-controllable microphone positions (Diamond Edition only); Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds is designed to work seamlessly with the existing sections of the Hollywood Orchestral series - Hollywood Strings, Hollywood Brass and the upcoming Hollywood Orchestral Percussion - for the ultimate in virtual Hollywood scoring.
Pricing and Availability:
Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Diamond Edition is now available for $995 MSRP ($795 introductory offer) and Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Gold Edition will be available for $595 MSRP ($475 introductory offer). More information:
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Loneraver    Said...

I love EWQL libraries. They sound amazing but they never seem to sit well in the mix with anything other than their own libraries. It you only use their stuff, it's fine but if you want to add orchestra to a track of your, it's really hard to get it to sit right.

I don't own any of their Hollywood line. Maybe they are diffrent.

09-Aug-12 02:16 AM


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