My guess is that how well it works depends on how far you\'re stretching the top samples, among other things.
But it\'s not going to sound right in an orchestral context if it\'s too high, and in a band context you probably want to double trumpets up there with a flute anyway, in which case you can probably get away with it.
Heheheh... guys, I wasn\'t asking for orchestration advice or comments about that. But thanks anyway. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] I need this for few of my pieces - including a new trumpet concerto.
A_Sapp - Piccolo trumpet sound different than the Bb-, C-, D-trumpet playing in its (pro) high range.
I can\'t verify it right now, but I bet that Dan Dean\'s solo trumpet contains the entire \"high pro\" range. You can buy it separately from DDSB for $ 90 - $ 120. Just ask Dan about this (www.dandeanpro.com)
As a trumpet player, I can tell you that range is really uncommon and tough for even virtuosic players. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] You don\'t need orchestration advice? Well, why don\'t you pick up a trumpet and try hitting triple F\'s and G\'s cleanly.