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EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos

Virtual Acoustic Piano from EastWest .

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"Bosendorfer, Steinway, Yamaha, Bechstein"

EastWest Quantum Leap PianosPublished on 10/01/12 at 23:45
The East West Quantum Leap Pianos gold is a VST that has a library with four different grand pianos. All of the pianos where professionally recorded and you can tell they where when you use them. All of the piano samples are very high quality, when they recorded these samples they truly put some effort into it and recording with different pedal resonance. All of the piano samples come from the Bechstein D280, Bosendorfer 290, Steinway D, ad Yamaha C7 grand concert piano’s. All of these pianos where recorder with vintage microphones to give it more of an authentic feel.

You can use East West Quantum Leap Pianos Gold on your Mac or your PC. For Mac it requires 4 GB Ram and OS of 10.5 or......
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The East West Quantum Leap Pianos gold is a VST that has a library with four different grand pianos. All of the pianos where professionally recorded and you can tell they where when you use them. All of the piano samples are very high quality, when they recorded these samples they truly put some effort into it and recording with different pedal resonance. All of the piano samples come from the Bechstein D280, Bosendorfer 290, Steinway D, ad Yamaha C7 grand concert piano’s. All of these pianos where recorder with vintage microphones to give it more of an authentic feel.

You can use East West Quantum Leap Pianos Gold on your Mac or your PC. For Mac it requires 4 GB Ram and OS of 10.5 or higher and on windows you need to have 4GB of RAM and Windows XP Service Pack 2, Vista or Windows 7. In order to use East West Quantum Leaop Pianos Gold iLok is required.

The interface of the East West Quantum Leap Pianos Gold is very easy to use and understand, it is actually pretty simple. I have never experienced any issue with it either and I have run it up to about 5 different times simultaneously and no issues. It installs quick and easy. My favorite piano is the Steinway D because I love the sound of it, this VST has allowed me to take real pianos with me on my laptop instead of having to lug out a digital piano to go to a session at a friends or studio that doesn’t have a piano. I am very happy that I purchased this VST, for 300 dollars it could be one of the best investments that I have made into my software. That price may seem like a lot just for some piano samples but it is worth it because the quality of these samples are amazing.
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"Not usable"

EastWest Quantum Leap PianosPublished on 08/12/11 at 19:02
The piano sounds have lovely tone, but the samples aren't consistent across the keys. It is almost as if the soft pedal are being pushed for some notes. Very annoying to play live! I also found all kinds of glitches playing back midi tracks that had been recorded using other piano software. EastWest technical support was all but nonexistent. Even though I've been happy with other EastWest software in the past, I quickly realized that this program was pretty worthless. I was beginning to think that I'd never be happy with piano software, when I tried Ivory Italian Grand II. I absolutely love it! I would STRONGLY recommend Ivory over EastWest.
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" Good virtual piano, professional use"

EastWest Quantum Leap PianosPublished on 09/21/11 at 01:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
3 years of use, and end of the galleys with the engine PLAY2 phew!
I tested and Steinberg Ivory Grand Piano (1 and 2) ... competition is jettisoned with the concert Steinway, and Bechstein. The particularity of this Piano (for my full version) is that I can adjust the microphone (close, mix and surround) is extremely useful to position the piano in the concert hall that you want, and you longer has the right to add a reverb impulse (all wonderful) ... Keep in mind that it produces little disappointed if we do not know how the settings of these microphones ... (you can also adjust the opening of the resonant case) ... Another amazing feature: push the mod wheel and you'll hear the......
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3 years of use, and end of the galleys with the engine PLAY2 phew!
I tested and Steinberg Ivory Grand Piano (1 and 2) ... competition is jettisoned with the concert Steinway, and Bechstein. The particularity of this Piano (for my full version) is that I can adjust the microphone (close, mix and surround) is extremely useful to position the piano in the concert hall that you want, and you longer has the right to add a reverb impulse (all wonderful) ... Keep in mind that it produces little disappointed if we do not know how the settings of these microphones ... (you can also adjust the opening of the resonant case) ... Another amazing feature: push the mod wheel and you'll hear the samples "staccato" extremely realistic (to play the Chopin ?)... You have it in competition? no! listen to the notes in rapid repetition is superb.
Value / price rather good. With the experience I remake this choice for the Steinway and Bosendorfer surely ... but not for the C7 shining too much for my taste, nor the Bechstein is too "smooth"
But something is missing ... in this pack.
You have only a super smooth and perfect together ... Piano competition offers intimate with the imperfections of games and other strings of parasitic resonances (sympathy) ... Ivory has tried but just the sound of keys / crack + pedals ... unnecessary, the sound of the strings everything!
Listen to the "Hohner Baby Grand" in ImperfectSample, we are in the "beautiful" in the "woodwork" natural c super!
http://www.imperfectsamples.com/website/samples/whitebabygrand/index.php
Here is a super warm Piano complementary and melody for the "Forest Gump"
So do not hesitate to have two! QLPIANO for the dynamics and perfection of the Steinway baby grand and the Jazz and the side "club" atmosphere.
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EastWest Quantum Leap PianosPublished on 05/18/09 at 20:22
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- How long have you use it?
Use for over a month on a Macbook Pro 17 pouces.Le software does not suffer too much the machine.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
First, you realize one thing with the best product versions East-West: installation time ... So of course we brle impatient to test his new "toy" in esprant not be of. Positive thing, installation, although long (this is normal given the hundreds of Giga Bytes per piano), has made no final problme.Au is batitude couraging with the software is the height of the long installation process!
In addition, the handling is very simple, the software looks at the full possibilities of a joint rel piano.L......
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- How long have you use it?
Use for over a month on a Macbook Pro 17 pouces.Le software does not suffer too much the machine.

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
First, you realize one thing with the best product versions East-West: installation time ... So of course we brle impatient to test his new "toy" in esprant not be of. Positive thing, installation, although long (this is normal given the hundreds of Giga Bytes per piano), has made no final problme.Au is batitude couraging with the software is the height of the long installation process!
In addition, the handling is very simple, the software looks at the full possibilities of a joint rel piano.L game interface is also the enjoyable trs eye.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
I had the chance to try and Akoustik Piano Pianoteq. The pianos on offer are the same, yet they do not have the same depth, precision and the Quantum Leap Pianos ism of East-West ... However, these programs are Allg more, this surely will delight those who prfrent a good product for a proving too hard!

- How do you report qualitprix?
It is true that it is more expensive than others on the marchmais must perspective, first of all, the sound quality is irrprochable (with, for example, notes and rptition 'Sampling of a real staccato, to name a few). Then, with hindsight, if we want to obtain beautiful piano sounds, all to bring a true, of course, it is not given. This product, I believe, is more than reasonable Contents qualitprix report.

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
It is indniable I would do this to me more choices than convaincu.J 've even been jealous of this product! Many of my collgues ingnieurs musicians and sound have Akoustik Piano tend turn to QLP indniable ... It is my opinion that this jewel made in East-West, many people will agree. I recommend that you cost the DMOS site of East West ( http://www.soundsonline.com/product.php?productid=EW-171 ) , so that you can you account for the "monstrous" t work that has provided, and will agree to many.
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  • Manufacturer: EastWest
  • Model: Quantum Leap Pianos
  • Category: Virtual Acoustic Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 01/22/2007

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Other names: quantum leap pianos, quantumleappianos, quantumleap pianos

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