you may know from another thread that I am busy with VSL Solo Strings and Program Changes for Overture as well as SONAR. That was after all the easy part. Now making music with it. The reason why I purchased this library was simply getting the violin sound as close to reality as possible with computer patches.
For the experiment with different settings I used the Paganini Caprices, which I downloaded from Internet in MIDI format. The first one (Andante) imported in Overture. Now it came to making a decent recording. As examples I used a variety of Youtube recordings from which I selected the three best, among this one: Alexander Markov -Caprices Paganini . (it begins after an introduction). It is impossible to get the same quality but I managed to record three versions. There will always be a difference in interpretation and quality of the sound, because a computerviolin isn't the real one with a player in flesh and blood.
Now I need those extra ears. Which one do you think is the best? The difference is very subtle.
Capriccio no 1 - smooth, I think
Capriccio no 1 - bit more punch
Capriccio no 1 - more punch, more harsh
Edited: I made another version where the sautillé is better, humanizing present, some pitch changes for notes, different tempi and more.
This will be the final version. I now know what is necessary for bravour-pieces.
Capriccio no. 1 Andante - final version
Your comment will be great help for my ViolinConcerto. The third part isn't notated yet and the first two need a new violin.
Have a nice weekend,