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EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos
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EastWest Quantum Leap Pianos
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Publié le 07/30/10 à 11:36
- I use the program in stand alone for 3 weeks.

- I have not tried other models, I relied on demos of East West as well as that of Purgatory Creek. My only real reference was The Grand 2 Steinberg no pianos East West fails to match despite their recent designs and debauchery of technical means used.

- Nothing is really convincing except for the Steinway sound that seems a bit clearer than others. The Yamaha C7 is a true pan, Bosendorfer 290 sounds completely "confusion". A state also the total lack of recognition of Windows 7 at the time of installation. Must necessarily go through the updates available on the website of East West in order to install the product on this OS (and again ... we must do this manually)

- In value for money, I feel completely rolled. East West had not accustomed to such poor quality products.

- A remake? Never!
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