Happy New Year to you all,
Anyone here have any experience with EAST/WEST QUANTUM LEAP SYMPHONIC CHOIRS software? I just got this program a week ago and I have never in my life worked with a less intuitive sample library.
It's taken me a full week just to get this thing up and running and, now that I have, I cannot get any sound out of it! I use the cursor to press a key and the key dpresses, but no sound comes out. I've checked all the MIDI and Audio Ports. If I play from my keyboard, the choirs keyboard responds. But no sound. It isn't a routing issue. I have samples loaded. But when I press a key there is no indiaction of signal even showing in the led indicators.
EW has no usable product support! The manual is a nightmare read that runs you in circles while telling you how great the software is. I joined the Forum and did a search and came up empty. So, I thought I'd try here. Anybody here using this software? ANY help you could offer would be greatly appreciated.
I'm interested in getting it soon.
How did you go?
Hi, I'm not familiar with this library, though I have a feeling it may be related to the WordBuilder option? (I don't know if you have the version with WordBuilder or not)
If yes, here's a tutorial to help you on your way: link
Future EWQL customers: I do not recommend to buy any EWQL products.
I do recommend to use Composer Cloud. You got all the firearms EWQL have, and use it anytime you want. It's a great deal to look around and try their sample libraries out.
On the other hand other developers went much more further in realism and sound quality while EWQL just still trying to sell their ten year old libraries. Hollywood Strings and Brass are ultimate weapons for me, but look at Spitfire, Cinesamples or 8dio how much they grew in such a little time.
EWQL needs to be resurrected. I have good experience with their support though.
If anyone looking for a choir library - Strezov StormChoir 2, 8Dio Requiem, and - for me - Voxos is the way to go.
Thats why I said it is a better idea to use their Composer Cloud. Why spend hundreds of dollars to buy the libraries if you can download, try and use commercially the exact same products for thirty bucks/month fully legal. If you don't need it anymore, just stop the subscription. It is even cheaper for students.
Dave Dexter said:
I understand your point but why is it better to buy first and then face the issues, if you can try and use it for a price of a big pizza? Of course if you want to own it, you can buy it later. As I did with hb and hs.
Dave Dexter said:
I guess it might be interesting for those wondering now what they should do (buy or subscribe), to point out the main differences:
hi t,you need a ilook ,do you have it