Once again, the samples sound just fine, but the recording quality doesn\'t measure up at all. I really believe that all of your libraries would be top-sellers if the recording quality was professional.
In my opinion, your solo string library is the best out there - and when utitlized correctly it really allows for some realistic solo string arrangements. I know for a fact that I\'d probably be using it obsessively if the recordings were of professional quality. Dan Deans solo strings are a tremendous example of superior sound quality - even though the articulations are lacking (since giga wasn\'t around I reckon).
I\'m sorry to be blunt, but I own some of your libraries and can see the tremendous effort and thought behind the programming and musicality of your libraries - but it would IMMENSELY behoove you to hire a professional recording engineer who has extensively recorded orchestral instruments and understands what a recording SHOULD sound like. Please consider this when/if you record your next sound library.
Man, if you could re-record that solo string library with quality sound, you\'d be selling them by the truckloads. Same thing with the brass, as they are probably the biggest sounding brass out there today. I know for sure that I\'d lay down a pretty penny for a newly recorded solo strings library - of professional sonic clarity. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]