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EW Hollywood OPUS Diamond $251.16 at JRR

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JRR Shop in the cart with "group".  Got this tip from the big Premjj VI thread.  Several resellers have it on sale.  This is NOT an upgrade/crossgrade.  If you dabble with orchestral I dare say - BUY IT.  Keep in mind- 900 Gigs.   Not sure how long the sale will last (Dec 4?) or which resellers are currently offering it!

 

https://www.soundsonline.com/orchestral/hollywood-orchestra-opus-edition

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One question about this product...
Is a subscription or the complete product forever?

A am asking this because I see in the official web site a subscription, new purchase and upgrade buttons
I suppose that we are talking about the "new purchase" here...

Thank you!

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21 minutes ago, Niky Serrano said:

Is a subscription or the complete product forever?

This is a perpetual license.

Their subscription is a different thing and covers all their products.

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And the upgrade is 199$ for those upgrading from the original Hollywood orchestra on EastWest website. I upgraded last year for 249$ available for a short time, so lowest upgrade price ever too. If you want it, today’s the day!

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6 minutes ago, Bad Penguin said:

I see this is the "Diamond" edition, so I guess that implies that there are different level editions? Diamond is at the top?

There used to be the Gold edition but EW isn't selling it anymore. So yes, this is the best version.

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Ok, i went for it.

But seriously, I have to ask. With 1TB for this, 1TB for ToonTrack, 1TB for IKM TSM3.5, plus all other vst's, an OS . . . how do you store all of this for (ssd) laptop access? Only one Thunderbolt/USB-C port [from what I understand, you can't have a "hub" for them]. Have to use a spinner hdd?

I guess there are laptops with multiple m2 2280 slots, mine only has one.

New laptop, lol ?!

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1 minute ago, Bad Penguin said:

Ok, i went for it.

But seriously, I have to ask. With 1TB for this, 1TB for ToonTrack, 1TB for IKM TSM3.5, plus all other vst's, an OS . . . how do you store all of this for (ssd) laptop access? Only one Thunderbolt/USB-C port [from what I understand, you can't have a "hub" for them]. Have to use a spinner hdd?

I guess there are laptops with multiple m2 2280 slots, mine only has one.

New laptop, lol ?!

Get a 4 TB External SSD and a 4 TB M2 and you're good to go!

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Absolute deal IMO. If you’re into orchestral, get this and BBCSO, and you’re all set. 

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1 minute ago, Jason Neudorf said:

950GB ... needs SSD; 16GB recommended memory (which means I need more than that). I'm gonna need a bigger boat. Maybe next year :(

 

I haven't it, but it seems a big big monster

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