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EastWest QUANTUM LEAP GOLIATH

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Quantum Leap Goliath includes the entire 32GB of content from Future Music magazine's Virtual Instrument Of The Year”COLOSSUS, plus an additional 8GB...Click To Read More About This Product

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GOLIATH assimilates COLOSSUS - resistance is futile!

Quantum Leap Goliath includes the entire 32GB of content from Future Music magazine's Virtual Instrument Of The Year”COLOSSUS, plus an additional 8GB of new content from the latest EASTWEST/Quantum Leap collections, including the Sound On Sound magazine 5-STAR-awarded EASTWEST/PMI B¶sensendorfer 290 Piano.

GOLIATH includes over 180 instruments and over 600 patches, including drums and percussion, guitars, basses, acoustic and electric pianos, keyboards and mallets, pop brass, orchestral instruments, choirs and vocals, ethnic instruments, new age ensembles, morphing atmospheres, synth basses, synth leads, and synth pads.

Instruments added to GOLIATH include

Drums/Percussion
Custom Congas, Distorted Beatbox, EW Studio 2 Ludwig Kit, Old Skool Electronic Kit, Radiostatic Anamoly, Rhythmic Synth FX, Tong Zi, Tambourines, Tibetan Bells

Guitars
Concert Guitar, Fender Telecaster, Fender 5 String Bass, Hard Rock Rhythm Guitar, Les Paul Guitar, Ska Guitar

Keyboard/Mallet
Italian Accordion

Orchestra
New Flute, Staccato Flute, 6 French Horns, Legato Violins and Cellos, Marcato Violins and Cellos, Orchestral Percussion Kit, new Trumpet, Staccato Trumpet, new solo Violin

Piano/Electic Piano
PMI B¶sendorfer 290 (full version)

Choir/Vocal
New Basses, Tenors, Altos, Sopranos and Boys Choir, Solo Boy, Solo Female Vocals

GOLIATH is the only complete collection that delivers professional quality instruments and sounds from the multi award-winning EastWest/Quantum Leap production team.

GOLIATH includes the advanced EASTWEST PLAY software, the easiest-to-use, most powerful sample playback software available, including both 64-bit and 32-bit support so you can load many more instruments than current systems. There is no learning curve involved. Once installed, you will be able to use GOLIATH instantly and the results will blow you away.

COLOSSUS
As the name implies, COLOSSUS is a massive, high-quality virtual instrument that covers all of the basic musical genres, the way a keyboard workstation attempts to, except COLOSSUS offers much higher quality instruments and dynamics. It provides you with a staggering 32GB of content and over 160 instruments to work with.

COLOSSUS is an indispensable tool you will reach for time and time again when nothing else works. It will become your Swiss army knife of composing, plus it's GM compatible! And you can expect the usual exceptional Quantum Leap quality in COLOSSUS. Even if you own some of these instruments, you will love this collection. A good example is the Fender Rhodes. Despite the fact the Rhodes has been sampled many times, COLOSSUS includes a unique vintage sounding Rhodes you won't find anywhere else. COLOSSUS includes 15GB of new sounds recorded at Ocean Way Studio B (24-bit), a new, 2GB piano recorded in Europe, and 15GB of instruments from the award-winning range of Quantum Leap and EASTWEST titles (EW/QL Symphonic Orchestra, EW Steinway B Piano, QL Stormdrum, QL Guitar and Bass, QL 56 Strat, QL Hardcore Bass, QL RA, QL Brass, QL Voices of the Apocalypse), all newly programmed with superior sound quality.

Programming is kept very simple, and programs that utilize the mod-wheel are labeled appropriately. All programs have CC11 asan additional volume control. Many programs utilize auto sample alternation for added realism.

For touring or studio musicians, COLOSSUS is an indespensible production tool that has incredible instruments of every type for song-writing, filmscoring, multi-media production, in the studio, or on the stage.

FEATURES
  • Includes 32GB COLOSSUS virtual instrument plus 8GBs of the latest EastWest/Quantum Leap collections
  • Produced by Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix
  • Includes the full version of the EASTWEST/PMI B¶sendorfer 290 Piano
  • Includes 180 instruments, and over 600 patches of instruments, soundscapes, and textures
  • Powered by the advanced EASTWEST PLAY engine

Get yourself a giant-sized collection of instruments in an-all-one convenient package. Order yours today.

SPECIFICATIONS
System Requirements
  • Mac (min.): G4 1GHz or faster, 1GB RAM, Mac OS 10.4
  • Mac (rec.): Core Duo or better processor, 2GB RAM or more
  • PC (min.): P4 2.5GHz or faster, 1GB RAM, Windows XP SP 2 or Vista, sound card
  • PC (req.): Core Duo or better processor, 2GB RAM or more, sound card with ASIO drivers
  • Both: 40GB free hard disc space, DVD-ROM drive, iLok Security key, not included (a free soundsonline.com account is required for retrieving and managing iLok licenses), Internet connection required for one-time product activation
Included for both PC & Mac
  • 32-bit standalone and plug-in versions included
  • 64-bit PC VST (host must support 64-bit VST plugins) and standalone versions included
Supported Interfaces
  • Win: VST, ASIO, RTAS, DXi, DirectSound
  • Mac: VST, Audio Units, Core Audio, Core MIDI
  • RTAS: Check http://www.soundsonline.com/updates.php for availability of RTAS versions.
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3.3

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5.0

Great product.

By MusicMan 72

from Sarasota, FL

Wow - don't know why the last post didn't likt it. I've owned the Triton, and I have the latest Fantom as well. I now have 4 of Eastwest's sound sample libraries. They blow away anything a stand alone keyboard sampler can do - unless you are going for an Open Lab workstation, none of the keyboards have the memory capacity to hold every nuance of every note of every instrument. Eastwest captures EVERYTHING, hence the huge space they take on your hard drive. Only thing is - make sure you have a processor that can handle it, at least a quad core. A solid state drive will be my next investment, as loading of samples can take a bit, especially if you are running a complete symphony orchestra. But, it's well worth the wait, as nothing comes closer to the realism, and believe me - I'm a stickler for realism. I usually have liked Korg products for horns, Rolands for strings and such, and Yamaha's pianos, but Eastwest blows them all away....and yes, I represented all three products professionally in my career. I've never represented Eastwest, but would welcome the opportunity to do so in the future - GREAT products.

 
4.0

Top Quality sounds, VST support only ok

By Jeff D. Ripper

from Los Angeles

First off, the selection and quality of sounds is incredible. I've found nothing else that can compare. Of course, there's the trade off in terms of computer performance. You pay for that quality in hard drive space and CPU hits, especially if the reverb is on (the reverbs, and there are many, are incredible. Easily the best I've heard.). But, no pain no gain. These are professional sounds, all the way. So, get Goliath and start making some great music. It's very inspiring to use, and it's a lot of fun to hear the music in your head come out of the speakers exactly as you imagined it.My only problem is that the VST plugin is slightly buggy in Reaper. It works, but it can be a hassle. Also, there are some instruments that don't load correctly. Very few, but they are there. Unfortunately for me one of those instruments was a Fender Rhodes I've been wanting to try. I haven't yet talked to Eastwest customer support, so I can't comment on that. Anyway, overall, I think Goliath is excellent.

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3.0

Do The Math

By TinyTimmah

from Denton, Texas

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The samples in this collection are huge sounding. Drum type things, booming type things, lots of large sounding samples designed to make a big impact. The problem with these programs is that they require a massive computer to run them. The required hardware on this one is 2 Gigs of ram and a Dual Core processor. But these sounds are only really good if you use them with other sounds, like Symphonic Orchestra. That program is even larger. Which can mean that in order to run them together you may require two or more computers running in tandum. There are other programs, such as Steinberg Symphonic Orchestra or IK Miroslav Orchestra and Choir that don't have as big a sound, but will run comfortably with far less memory. I own both of those, and I prefer them to EastWest.

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2.0

Awesome samples...but worthless

By MSDigital

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Every now and then I can hear the samples when I play in "Play" the included soft synth and they're awesome. It just requires WAY TOO much system resources. Don't waste your money on this. For all practical purposes, GOLIATH is NOT polyphonic. Once you start using five notes/samples at a time, the hiccups don't stop...

 
5.0

It's a great instument for those...

By Damian Smirnov

from Canada

It's a great instument for those who know what they are doing.This is a great, powerful pack of various significant instruments collected all over the world. I first had problem with the voice count just like some other people had, BUT after installing the latest update it worked flawlessly.This partially completes my composer shelf

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1.0

Worst money you can spend....

By Blake-AOTkt

from Wichita,KS

My friend owns this software, and I had been waiting for a LONG time to try it out. I thought it would be a great ROMpler like the Motif or maybe Triton series but MAN was I wrong. Cheesy sounds that could easily be made with any basic sampler. Drum kits? Again... bad, boring samples. Buy a Motif or other workstation. I thought this would be "The one", but the realism is just not there. (For the record, I played with this for over 12 hours trying to like it... never happened)

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