50% off EastWest

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  1. jrrshop

    jrrshop Purveyors of musical dreams fulfilled

    50% off all EastWest full versions and bundles:


    EastWest Fab Four $199.50
    EastWest Ghostwriter $199.50
    EastWest Goliath $199.50
    EastWest Gypsy $199.50
    EastWest Hollywood Brass Gold $132.50
    EastWest Hollywood Brass Silver $66
    EastWest Hollywood Choirs + Voices of the Empire Bundle Gold $482
    EastWest Hollywood Choirs Diamond $399.50
    EastWest Hollywood Choirs Diamond + Voices of the Empire Bundle $549
    EastWest Hollywood Choirs Gold $332.50
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestra + Solo Instruments Series Gold $532.50
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestra Gold $332.50
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestra Silver $199.50
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestral Percussion Silver $66
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Gold $132.50
    EastWest Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Silver $66
    EastWest Hollywood Solo Cello Gold $99.50
    EastWest Hollywood Solo Harp Gold $99.50
    EastWest Hollywood Solo Series Bundle Gold Edition $265
    EastWest Hollywood Solo Violin Gold $99.50
    EastWest Hollywood Strings Gold $132.50
    EastWest Hollywood Strings Silver $66
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Bundle $497.50
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Vol 1: Orchestra $99.50
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Vol 2: Ethnic and Voices $99.50
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Vol 3: Soundscapes $99.50
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Vol 4: Guitar and Bass $99.50
    EastWest MIDI Guitar Series Vol 5: Keyboards and Percussion $99.50
    EastWest Ministry of Rock $199.50
    EastWest Ministry of Rock 2 $199.50
    EastWest Pianos Bechstein D-280 Gold $86
    EastWest Pianos Bechstein D-280 Platinum $99.50
    EastWest Pianos Bosendorfer 290 Gold $86
    EastWest Pianos Bosendorfer 290 Platinum $99.50
    EastWest Pianos Platinum $265
    EastWest Pianos Steinway D Gold $86
    EastWest Pianos Steinway D Platinum $99.50
    EastWest Pianos Yamaha C7 Gold $86
    EastWest Pianos Yamaha C7 Platinum $99.50
    EastWest ProDrummer Volume 1 & 2 Mark Spike Stent Joe Chicarelli $165
    EastWest ProDrummer Volume 1 Mark "Spike" Stent $99.50
    EastWest ProDrummer Volume 2 Joe Chiccarelli $99.50
    EastWest RA $199.50
    EastWest SD2 Stormdrum 2 $199.50
    EastWest SD2 Stormdrum 2 Pro Bundle $232.50
    EastWest SD3 Stormdrum 3 $199.50
    EastWest Silk $199.50
    EastWest Spaces II $199.50
    EastWest Symphonic Choirs Gold $199.50
    EastWest Symphonic Choirs Gold + VOTA Expressions $232.50
    EastWest Symphonic Choirs Platinum $265
    EastWest Symphonic Choirs Platinum + VOTA Expressions $299.50
    EastWest Symphonic Orchestra Gold $265
    EastWest Symphonic Orchestra Silver $132.50
    EastWest The Dark Side $199.50
    EastWest Voices of Opera $149.50
    EastWest Voices of Passion $149.50
    EastWest Voices of Soul $149.50
    EastWest Voices Of The Empire $149.50
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  2. DerGeist

    DerGeist Active Member

    Oct 21, 2018
    Anyone want to talk me into Spaces? I have a free convolution reverb for Ableton that I actually really like so I'm on the fence and $200 on a reverb is not very exciting. Still struggling a bit with what spaces brings to the table.
  3. ScoreFace

    ScoreFace Active Member

    Nov 21, 2018
    I use Spaces within my orchestral template and I like it very much! Very easy to use, simple but good quality.
  4. Dewdman42

    Dewdman42 Senior Member

    Oct 28, 2016
    how does EW pianos stackup against Ivory II or other offerings?
  5. Sean

    Sean I don't know what I'm talking about

    Apr 5, 2019
    I've only used the Gold versions so unsure if the Diamond mics would make them better but I find them quite bad to be honest, I would never use the Gold pianos in a piece. I haven't used Ivory II but I'd use the following pianos over EW pianos any day: NI Grandeur, NI Noire, Addictive Keys Grand, Ravenscroft.
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  6. Dewdman42

    Dewdman42 Senior Member

    Oct 28, 2016
    several of which I already have. Thanks for the feedback
  7. Robert_G

    Robert_G It really is just an expensive hobby for me

    Feb 6, 2019
    Warning....warning....protect your wallet now. EW are some of the worst pianos ever sampled.
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  8. LinusW

    LinusW Active Member

    Oct 23, 2017
    Kalmar, Sweden
    I have not tried Spaces, but I think Waves IR1 on sale for $39 is a better deal for a reverb with impulse library.
  9. Dewdman42

    Dewdman42 Senior Member

    Oct 28, 2016
    I like the sound of Spaces I a lot, but I literally never use it. I am using MirPro now and Spaces does not provide enough control to use together with MirPro, compared to other reverbs. I think its got some really nice IR's, but just lack of control really. I can't justify upgrading to Spaces II, they want way too much for that, and still very little control.
  10. Does anyone know if upgrades will ever be discounted?
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  11. kitekrazy

    kitekrazy Senior Member

    Dec 23, 2008
    I think they stopped doing that. Usually a new license in not much more. Silver Brass upgrade to Gold is $183 compared to $132.
  12. James H

    James H 01001000 01101001

    Dec 20, 2018
    I asked them today, “just after new year and around summer were last years” was my answer
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  13. Fleer

    Fleer Senior Member

    Dec 12, 2014
    Thinking about Voices of Opera, 40GB soprano and tenor library with legato. Any views?
  14. Sunny Fable

    Sunny Fable Member

    May 24, 2018
    Voices of Opera has dropped in price pretty quickly.
  15. Robert_G

    Robert_G It really is just an expensive hobby for me

    Feb 6, 2019
    It was never worth $399.
    This and other libraries like voices of the empire, soul, passion......really I would cap their value at about $100. They have their uses, but are quite limited.
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  16. Wolfie2112

    Wolfie2112 Senior Member

    I have it (through CC), it's okay if you're into using the phrases....but the legatos aren't really that great, makes the voices sound synthetic. I really don't get the whole library.
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