EastWest announces the Quantum Leap Solo Violin virtual orchestral instrument ($99), with sound and character ideally suited for film and classical work. Produced by Nick Phoenix, Quantum Leap Solo Violin is a virtuoso solo violin recorded at Remote Control Productions, a film score facility in Santa Monica, Calif., run by veteran film composer Hans Zimmer and home to the scores of many of today’s top films.
Quantum Leap Solo Violin includes five passes of true legatos sampled intervals, Legato soft, legato forte, expressive legato, portamento and fast legato/trill/run.
This virtual instrument features round-robin up and down bowing on most articulations and is the first violin virtual instrument that can handle very fast playing and live trill playing with ease. All of the basic articulations were sampled as well as various expressive articulations, vibrato styles, and non vibrato.
Quantum Leap Solo Violin includes the latest version of EastWest’s PLAY software featuring two new solo violin reverb impulses designed to make Quantum Leap Solo Violin blend well with other EastWest/Quantum Leap collections.
EastWest/Quantum Leap Solo Violin is available exclusively as a digital download from www.soundsonline.com/QL-Solo-Violin.