Your Bruckner sequences always cost me . . . I end up running out and buying the actual recordings. Didn\'t have the eighth, but this movement is sublime, and that stereotypical Brucknerian chord progression near the beginning did it for me.
You know how to push those Roland strings of yours. The woods of course must be replaced this Christmas with a new library sitting under the tree. Most important here however is the degree of realism achieved in your very expressive phrasing and timing, as well as the dynamic control throughout. Fine sequencing. It\'s great that there\'s a few people out there doing a few mockups of works from the literature, these sequences will become very important in the near future as they will represent the only legitimate means of evaluating the new libraries on the way.
But hold off a while till your next Bruckner sequence, I just can\'t afford it. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Thanks Gungnir - yes those woodwinds are a bit thin when laid bare like that - I need some new libraries - definitely a Christmas present due.
I must admit I\'m craving some natural concert hall ambience and can\'t seem to find it with the likes of acoustic mirror, cakewalk soundstage etc.