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EastWest releases Voices Of The Empire Featuring Vocalist Uyanga Bold with Intro Offer


EastWest/Quantum Leap has released Voices Of The Empire, featuring the raw, primal vocals of Uyanga Bold, which they say is perfect for composers creating epic film/TV/game soundtracks.

Uyanga Bold is a unique talent, melding the ethnic musical traditions of Bulgaria, Serbia, Mongolia, and beyond. She is a trained opera singer with perfect pitch, fluent in Russian, Mongolian, French, English, and German. In Voices Of The Empire, East meets West like you've never heard before. Uyanga's voice is beautiful, pure, otherworldly, haunting, unsettling, powerful, genuine in its ethnic flair and world class in its precision.

Key Features:

  • Produced by Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix.
  • Dozens of Mongolian, Bulgarian and Western-style, multi-sampled vocal instruments.
  • Dozens of expressive phrases in every key.
  • 2 unique Mongolian legato vocal instruments.
  • 1 traditional legato vocal instrument.
  • Expressive vowel multi-sampled vocal instruments.
  • Includes PLAY 6 ($29.99 value).


Price & Availability

Voices Of The Empire can be purchased at an introductory price of $199 from April 18-24, and $299 after April 24, or as a free addition for all members of ComposerCloud (starting at $24.99 per month).

The PLAY Software has been updated to v6.0.3, featuring the following changes:

  • Fixed crash when reloading Main mic in Hollywood Choirs.
  • Fixed tuning in instruments saved in older versions Play.
  • Fix crash on quit with ProDrummer on Windows.
  • Fix "About" text for EWSO.
  • Add support for Voices of the Empire.


Discussion: Active
19 April 2018 at 2:02pm

fool me once EastWest. Not buying single products ever again lol.

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