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    Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Quantum Leap \"Symphony Orchestra\" Available this winter!

    An East West and Quantum Leap production

    Produced by Nick Phoenix (Quantum Leap) and Doug Rogers (East West)

    Recorded by \"Prof.\" Keith O. Johnson, using custom recording equipment
    hand-built or extensively modified by him. His 90-plus classical recordings
    have long been considered the standard for high fidelity, and include two
    GRAMMY award-winners and eight additional GRAMMY nominations.

    All Players from one of the best American Symphony Orchestras

    Recorded in a critically acclaimed 2500 seat Concert Hall built in 1998

    Simultaneously recorded 24bit 176.4K and 88.2K. (44.1K version also
    available)

    Multiple surround microphone setups (close-up, stage ambience, and hall
    ambience). All samples from each setup are in phase with eachother. This means the mix is completely controllable by the user. Use the stage setup for a typical big Hollywood sound. Boost certain instruments by adding a hint of the close mics. Add a little hall for some extra ambience. Only have one giga system? Use the close samples with no release trails to write music. Use the ambient samples for mixdown. Etc… etc….

    Over one terabyte (1000 gigabytes) of samples recorded

    Final library size will be manageable ( under 100 gigs ) and EXTREMELY easy to use.

    Initial release will be 16 bit 44.1 in giga format

    All instruments chromatically sampled at multiple dynamics with full release trails and extremely dynamic and expressive articulations

    Solo instruments and sections were recorded, all seated in their proper place on stage. No panning, eq, or reverb needed by the user. All instruments and sections sit perfectly together within the soundstage.

    Quantum Leap \"Symphony Orchestra\" is the first full orchestral sample
    library to be recorded in ten years (string ensembles, solo strings, brass ensembles, solo brass, wind ensembles, solo winds, percussion, harp), and is the only collection to offer
    real concert hall ambience for all instruments and sections. Our extensive
    research into this project proved orchestral instruments only sound right
    recorded in an acoustically superior concert hall (as the audience hears
    them)

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    *heart attack*

    Guess I better start saving up my moolah, seeing as how I buy practically everything you release, Nick.

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Wow !!! I wonder what this will cost?

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Wow, Sounds totally awesome!!! I hope it´s cheaper than the miroslav library...

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Nick, does this collection come with a conductor? [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Nick

    Congratulations!!!!

    Any demos available? [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    How about ease of use, or is much programming still needed?

    Good Luck Nick!

    David

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    \"real concert hall ambience for all instruments and sections. Our extensive research into this project proved orchestral instruments only sound right recorded in an acoustically superior concert hall (as the audience hears them)\"

    [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    There won\'t be any demos until November. The library will be extremely easy to use. I spent months planning exactly what we would record. So, it is all useful. There is no fluff and there are no redundant lifeless samples.

    and yes! this collection comes with 2 conductors.

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Sounds awesome nick!! I especially like this:
    Solo instruments and sections were recorded, all seated in their proper place on stage. No panning, eq, or reverb needed by the user. All instruments and sections sit perfectly together within the soundstage

    After having worked with SI, I think that is the way to go.

    So the question is.... when will we hear something from it? [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Quantum Leap "Symphony Orchestra"

    Thanks Nick

    Looking forward to it!

    I also liked that Statement. Powerfull. Also check your My profile folder. I sent a message.

    David

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