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For the first time use an iLok security key or machine (electronic) license placed on your computer. Includes PLAY 5 64-bit software, powerful scripting for ease of use, and more user control than any other collection, all recorded in the famous EASTWEST Studio 1, the home of major Hollywood Soundtracks and Television Themes.
Truly the holy grail of orchestral virtual instruments HOLLYWOOD ORCHESTRA was released in sections over a five year period as each section of the orchestra was completed, and has already received multiple major awards from the international press for its unprecedented detail, superior true legato, sound quality, and sound control with five user-controllable mic positions, including main pickup (Decca tree), mid pickup, close pickup, surround pickup, and an alternate vintage circa 1945 RCA ribbon room pickup.
The EastWest Hollywood Solo Instruments series is comprised of Hollywood Harp, Hollywood Solo Cello and Hollywood Solo Violin.
These extensive libraries were recorded, engineered, and produced with the superior level of sound quality the EastWest brand is known for. Each of the instruments was recorded in Studio 1 at EastWest Studios, the same studio Hollywood Orchestra was recorded in. This gives the complete Hollywood Orchestral series a consistent sound and ambience, which emulates a traditional large studio orchestra. A wide variety of articulations were recorded for each instrument, focusing on typical solo instrumentation. In some cases, these various articulations are presented as separate instruments in PLAY™ Browser view. In other cases articulations are accessible via a key-switch instrument, where multiple articulations load as one instrument, and pressing a trigger key activates the current one. These instruments can be used on their own or integrated into a larger orchestral framework with other titles in the Hollywood Orchestra Series. All these titles have been designed to work together to create an integrated orchestral sound. They were all... recorded in the same studio with many of the same microphones and positions Engineered by Sound Engineer Shawn Murphy Produced by Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix Programmed using the same practices and software