Wonderful composition! Very aptly named as well I think!
This vsl soprano sounds a bit better than the vsl tenor does.
Probably cause the soprano tone is a bit more cold and rigid in general than a tenor.
I don\'t know what kind of articulations this thing has, but maybe if you have a patch with the vibrato blooming into the note, as opposed to the vibrato occuring as soon as the note is played, it would help the realism of it 1000x.
Also, maybe a sus with no vibrato on the shorter notes, as a real player wouldn\'t bother with vibrato on quarter notes even really.
The only other thing giving it away is variation on attack time of the notes. On some of those longer sustained notes, you might sneak into the note, as opposed to the shorter phrases where you need to attack quickly.
Maybe if there are \'taa\' sounds of tounging that could help on the longer stuff too.
Right now it sounds like someone who has good technique, but is terrified to be on stage is playing the horn.
About the soprano track, your player probably collapsed once the song was over for lack of breathing [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Some breathing room would definetely help the realism of the soprano track...