EastWest Hollywood Brass Gold Edition - Virtual Instrument (Download)

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EastWest Hollywood Brass Gold Edition - Virtual Instrument (Download)
Key Features
  • Solo and Ensemble Brass
  • Extensive Articulations
  • Single Microphone Position
  • Brass Reverb Impulses from QL Spaces
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The Hollywood Brass Gold Edition from EastWest is a comprehensive brass virtual instrument that provides complete control over the players, and includes a complete range of playing techniques. The collection was produced by Doug Rogers, Nick Phoenix, and Thomas Bergersen, and engineered by the award-wining Shawn Murphy.
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EastWest Gold Edition Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Features
  • 3Players
  • 4Performance Techniques

The Hollywood Brass Gold Edition from EastWest is a comprehensive brass virtual instrument that provides complete control over the players, and includes a complete range of playing techniques. The collection was produced by Doug Rogers, Nick Phoenix, and Thomas Bergersen, and engineered by the award-wining Shawn Murphy.

The samples were recorded in EastWest Studio 1, widely regarded as a great brass recording room, but unlike the Diamond Edition, utilizes a single microphone position. It does however include the full lineup of articulations. Also included are new brass reverb impulses taken from the Quantum Leap Spaces convolution reverb. The instrument runs on the next-generation and completely revamped PLAY 3 engine.

Features

  • Extensive multiple-dynamic "true legato" solo and ensemble brass, with multiple-sized sections and mutes
  • Single microphone position, extensive articulations, and no shortcuts
  • Includes PLAY 3 64-bit/32-bit software, powerful scripting for ease of use, and more user control and detail
  • Recorded in the world famous EASTWEST Studio 1, the home of major Hollywood soundtracks and television themes
  • Includes new brass reverb impulses taken from the Quantum Leap Spaces convolution reverb

Players

  • 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
  • Low Brass Section – 2 Tenor Bones, 1 Bass Trombone, 1 Tuba, and 1 Cimbasso

Performance Techniques

  • True legato intervals at three dynamics that are smooth and realistic in all situations
  • True connected legato repetitions at three dynamics
  • Sustained legato samples from pp all the way to fff. And when we say pp and fff, we really mean it!
  • True double-tonguing for all instruments and sections
  • Expressive sustains
  • Mute sustains and staccatos
  • Eight-way staccato round robin at four dynamics
  • Four-way round robin marcato short at three dynamics
  • Four-way round robin marcato long at three dynamics
  • Multi-dynamic, playable-runs patches that will inject real life into your brass compositions
  • Trills at three dynamics
  • Multi-speed and multi-dynamic repetition performances that work flawlessly with PLAY's superior time engine
  • Multi-speed time-synced crescendos
  • Multi-dynamic portato that will breathe life into softer compositions
  • Flutter tongue
  • Sforzando
  • Slide trombone legato
  • Falls
  • Various effects, clusters, and more

EastWest Gold Edition Specs

General
Sound TypeBrass, Woodwinds
Supported Plug-In FormatsAAX, AU, VST
Standalone OperationNo
Visual Impairment SupportNo
System Requirements
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7 or Later
macOS 10.7 or Later
Memory RequirementMac:
8 GB (16 GB Recommended)
Storage RequirementMac:
20 GB 
CPU RequirementWindows, Mac:
2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Dual-Core and Faster  
Supported USB Authentication DevicesiLok
Internet Connection RequiredYes
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