If you have purchased the EastWest Colossus sample library, you will need to register and activate it with an iLok account. To do that, you will need your EastWest Colossus serial number, which is a license code that you should have received from your retailer or online store. But what if you can't find your serial number? Here are some tips on how to locate it.
Check your email inbox for a confirmation email from your retailer or online store. The email should contain your EastWest Colossus serial number along with other information about your purchase. If you can't find the email, check your spam or junk folder.
Check the DVD case or sleeve of your EastWest Colossus sample library. The serial number should be printed on a sticker or label on the back or inside of the case or sleeve. If you have misplaced or damaged the case or sleeve, you may need to contact your retailer or online store for a replacement.
Check the EastWest Installation Center app on your computer. If you have already installed and registered your EastWest Colossus sample library, you can find your serial number in the app. Launch the app and click on the Account tab. You should see a list of your registered products and their serial numbers.
If none of these methods work, you may need to contact EastWest customer support for assistance. You can reach them by phone at +1-310-271-6969 or by email at email@example.com. You will need to provide proof of purchase and some personal information to verify your identity.
Once you have your EastWest Colossus serial number, you can register and activate it with your iLok account and enjoy the vast 32GB sample collection that covers all common musical styles[^1^] [^2^]. You can also download and install OPUS and Product Support, which are required for using Colossus[^2^]. For more information on how to register and install EastWest software, please visit this page.
Colossus is not just a huge sample library, but also a versatile and powerful virtual instrument. It is based on the Kompakt engine from Native Instruments, which allows you to load and play multiple instruments simultaneously, adjust various parameters such as volume, pan, filter, envelope, and effects, and create custom keyswitches and MIDI controllers. You can also use Colossus with any host application that supports VST or Audio Units plugins, or as a standalone application.
Colossus offers a wide range of sounds that cover all the basic musical genres, from classical to rock, from jazz to hip hop, from ethnic to electronic. You can find everything from acoustic and electric guitars, basses, keyboards, drums, percussion, orchestral instruments, ethnic instruments, vocals, choirs, sound effects, and more. The sounds are organized into 16 categories for easy browsing and loading. Each category contains multiple subcategories and instruments that you can audition and select with a click of the mouse.
The quality and realism of the sounds are impressive, thanks to the high-resolution 24-bit samples recorded at Ocean Way Studio B and other top studios around the world. The samples are also programmed with advanced features such as auto sample alternation, mod-wheel control, velocity layers, round robin, release triggers, legato, portamento, and more. The sounds are also compatible with General MIDI (GM) standards, which means you can use Colossus with any GM-compatible MIDI files or sequencers. 0efd9a6b88