EASTWEST Launches Educational Program

Industry Leader Launches Aggressive Educational Program for Budding Composers and Music Professionals

Hollywood, CA (April 2, 2014) – EASTWEST has been the market leader in virtual instruments and sound libraries for the past 25 years and their products have been used by leading composers for countless scores in blockbuster movies, video games, TV shows, and music production. Hollywood’s elite composers like Danny Elfman, James Newton Howard, David Newmann, JJ Abrams, and more, rely on EASTWEST/Quantum Leap instruments for their realism, depth and accessibility in scoring today’s biggest films, while musicians look for the same quality in their own productions. A high percentage of the music produced for all media today is produced using EASTWEST/Quantum Leap Virtual Instruments.

Musical instrument collections of this caliber come at a price that reflects their quality. They are often unattainable for the next generation but in order to compete with the world’s top composers, today’s young musicians need the same composing tools. For this reason, EASTWEST is launching an educational program with special pricing for active students and educators, starting with the Complete Composers Collection 2. This bundle, already discounted 70%, is now available for students at an additional 50% off. Qualifying students and music educators can choose any 7 or more collections from a total of 20, including:

Hollywood Strings Gold
Hollywood Brass Gold
Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Gold
Ministry of Rock 2
The Dark Side
Solo Violin
Spaces
Fab Four
Goliath
Gypsy
Ministry of Rock
Pianos Gold
Ra
Silk
Stormdrum 2
Stormdrum 2 Pro Bundle
Symphonic Choirs Platinum Bundle
Symphonic Choirs Platinum
Symphonic Orchestra Gold
Voices of Passion
If students were to choose the default set with the first 7 collections listed above, they would pay only $399.50 for this selection while the combined retail value of the individual collections is $2,685. The educational price represents an 85% savings! Students may customize their CCC2EDU by choosing any 7 or more of the 20 collections listed. While customization may change the CCC2EDU price, the discount will be at 85% off, regardless of which and how many products are selected.

Pricing & Availability
All of these EASTWEST collections are available for download athttp://www.soundsonline.com/Educational-Program. The price varies depending on the products selected and will be discounted by 85% off MSRP. The CCC2EDU may also be ordered pre-installed on a USB3 Pocket HD for an additional $99.
iLok is required. First time customers may purchase an iLok for 50% off: $20.

This limited time offer is valid for active students and educators enrolled in an accredited educational facility. Educational pricing for EASTWEST products is available exclusively at http://www.soundsonline.com/Educational-Program. EDU discounts of 50% on single collections will be available here as well throughout the year.

About EASTWEST
EASTWEST (www.soundsonline.com) has been dedicated to perpetual innovation and uncompromising quality of Sample Libraries and Virtual Instruments for 25 years, setting the industry standard as the most critically acclaimed soundware developer. More about EASTWEST at soundsonline.com and soundsonline-europe.com.

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