EastWest in Hollywood is celebrating its 25 years with a special 25th Anniversary Collection of virtual instruments, which provides access to 30 previously released (and since discontinued) legacy products from the EastWest vault, all of which were re-engineered and reprogrammed to work in the company's PLAY software. Founded in 1988 by Doug Rogers, EastWest provides sample-based, virtual instruments for professional music, film, television and videogame composers.
Many of the titles in this collection have benefited from technical advances since they were first released. For example, the construction kits (individual loop components) and multichannel drum kits are now all on different channels in the PLAY mixer, allowing the user to mix and customize everything. These are then tempo controlled by the sequencer. The PLAY software also includes many sound shaping tools previously unavailable in the initial releases.
Find detailed information and a list of titles at www.soundsonline.com/25th-Anniversary-Collection.