EastWest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Silver Edition
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EastWest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Silver Edition

Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Silver Edition, Virtual Orchestral Instrument from EastWest.

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04/17/2005

EastWest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Silver Edition : Anonymous 's user review

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Nothing wrong, nor install or setup, or anything else.

ADQUATION / PERFORMANCE

AMD Athlon XP 3000+ 64 bit, 1 GB RAM, Sound Blaster Live! ; (dropoff Window
1GB of RAM is good, but two is better! And yes we do computer music, no word processing.
Some crashes Cubase after having clicked on "Edit MIDI channel" but I not question the software, I think more than just my computer has ...!

NOTICE GLOBAL

I do not EWQLSO Silver since not use long, but even when I dissqu well. So voil:
- The violins are average, especially in SGBA. The bass is not bad.
- The altos fear
- Cellos also

- The horns and trumpets are good but be careful not to abuse the vlocit because the sound is really ugly
- The trombones and solo horn really miss amplitude. Can not make the copper plated trombone section !!
- I do not really objective opinion compared to wood, but the oboe is a bit cheulou: the pitch of the note played up after the attack and then redescent.

- The drums are excellent!
- Men and women choirs are sympatiques
- The keypads have not yet found their utility but will
- Alto flute A person has the utility and no harp !!! Aargh

For me the soft way sounds more and will not meet the demanding ears. It might be loved to have some spciaux pr-progamms effects for brass but too bad. However, it contains very good things and honest outdone by its price (cheaper than Edirol Orchestral rotten for example!)