“Play” Powers Virtual Symphonic Orchestra

Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra

EastWest’s new Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra features the company’s new “Play” sample engine. 


Play Features:


  • 64-bit* with 32-bit compatibility for PC (*see system specifications).
  • Full memory access with MAC (requires 64-bit MAC).
  • The software is now Mac Intel compatible.
  • An intuitive custom interface.
  • Intelligent performance section including portamento, repetition, legato
  • Features round robin reset.
  • Offers improved articulation window and controls.
  • On-screen Mic position mixing with Platinum and Platinum Plus versions.
  • Switchable 24-bit/16-bit depth with Platinum Plus version.
  • State-of-the-art convolution reverb with pre-delay.
  • Convolution reverb includes the hall the orchestra was recorded in.
  • An intelligent release trail engine that follows note-on samples volume at all times.
  • Improved sound quality with high-resolution audio engine.
  • Hi-fidelity one pole filter for natural cross-fades.
  • Stereo image editing is now possible using channel sourcing.
  • Original and corresponding Pro XP expansions combined into one version.
  • The instruments featured in the PLAY Editions are newly-programmed for PLAY from the original recordings.



The new version also has several time saving features. For instance, users can recall custom key-switches instantly. The size of these key-switches are unlimited.

PLAY-Powered Quantum Leap Platinum Plus carries an MSRP of $1,295, Platinum $1,195, Gold $695 and Silver $295.

Special upgrade pricing is available to registered users of the previous Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra versions on the company’s website, until June 30, 2008.

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