Being on holiday I had some fun recording a Galliard of Christoph Demantius (1567-1643).
It's an early Baroque instrumental dance for 6 voices, then brilliant but easy enough to be played on the keyboard in real time (I usually play it live with my early winds ensemble, as second Cornett): I recorded directly with my master keyboard (and the Korg Nanopad as continuous controller) everyone of the 13 instruments performing.
2 Trumpets by SampleModeling
3 solo baroque violins by Garritan/Tommasini/Lucato (the glorious Stradivari Solo Violin)
2 solo baroque cellos by Garritan/Tommasini/Lucato (the glorious Gofriller cello, with my custom IR of baroque viola)
1 Viola da Gamba (my custom Kontakt programming of old Gamba samples by SoundScan)
2 percussions by Garritan and EarlyPatches
Harpsichord by Sampletec
Violone by VSL
1 Dulciana (my custom Kontakt programming of old Baroque bassoon samples)
The key of realism is the real time performance with the real time control of SampleModeling winds and Garritan strings, in combination with VSL MIR pro 24 convolution reverb and spatialization.