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EastWest Quantum Leap Silk

EastWest/Quantum Leap has announced that it intends to bring the sounds from the "Silk Road" to users' workstations with the introduction of Quantum Leap Silk.


The Virtual Instrument features a collection of historic and unique string and woodwind instruments from China, Persia and India, and will be making its music industry debut at NAMM 2009 (Booth 6630, Hall A).

Quantum Leap Silk contains articulations, interval sampling (where appropriate), round robin (alternate samples) and phrases to give the feeling of smooth effortless performance. Silk also allows users to adapt the instruments using dozens of useful micro tunings in the key of their choice.

Some of the instruments featured in Silk include:
  • CHINA: erhu, zhonghu, gaohu, pipa, guzheng, yangqin, sheng, suona low, suona high, dizi low, dizi hi, xiao and bawu.
  • PERSIA: electric cello, kemenche, nay, duduk, tar, qanun and 30 piece string section.
  • INDIA: dilruba, sarod, tanpura and bansuri.

Pricing & Availability
Silk is available now for Windows and Mac OS X in VST, AU, RTAS and stand-alone formats. It has an MSRP of $595 / €455.

For more info: www.soundsonline.com.
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