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Offers introductory price of $795 through August 15, 2011

Hollywood, CA – EASTWEST, the industry leader in virtual software instruments, is now shipping Hollywood Brass, a massive 150GB instrument that features unprecedented sound quality and the brand new PLAY 3 playback engine for the very latest in performance and control. As an introductory offer, customers can buy Hollywood Brass for up to 20% off the MSRP through August 15, 2011.

Hollywood Brass adds to EASTWEST’s multiple award-winning Hollywood Strings Virtual Instrument as the second installment in the Hollywood series, once again combining the talents of Doug Rogers, Nick Phoenix, Thomas Bergersen and Shawn Murphy. Recorded in place at EastWest Studio 1, widely regarded as the “best brass recording room in the entire world” with 5 user-controllable mic positions (Diamond Edition), Hollywood Brass is designed to work seamlessly with

Hollywood Strings (and the upcoming Woodwinds and Percussion) for the ultimate in virtual Hollywood scoring.

Hollywood Brass is approximately 150 gigabytes of pure Hollywood magic and includes Solo Trumpet, 2 Trumpets, 3 Trumpets, Solo French Horn, 2 French Horns, 6 French Horns, Solo Trombone, 2 Tenor + 1 Bass Trombone, Solo Tuba, Solo Cimbasso, and a low brass section consisting of 2 Tenor Bones, 1 Bass Trombone, 1 Tuba and 1 Cimbasso. A world-class group of brass artists was gathered for a sampling marathon that lasted for 21 straight 11-hour days followed by a year of post-production.

An exhaustive list of articulations, techniques, and features make Hollywood Brass the most expressive and realistic orchestral brass library on the market. Hollywood Brass also includes new brass reverb impulses taken from the smash hit convolution reverb Quantum Leap SPACES.

EASTWEST/QUANTUM LEAP Hollywood Brass Diamond Edition is now available for $995 MSRP ($795 introductory offer through August 15, 2011) and Hollywood Brass Gold Edition will be available for $595 MSRP ($495 introductory offer through August 15, 2011). For complete product information, demos, and ordering information, visit or for European customers.