I\'d already listened to Alan\'s Widow of War here and went to Garritan.com by chance only to find loads of new demos!
I\'m listening to the first I noticed, Northern Callings, in the list (but just noticed that there is, at least, one above... \"Mozart Clarinet Concerto In A Major\"). I haven\'t listened to all the others yet, either, as I\'m very impressed with this composition \'Northern Callings\'. Right up my cup of tea! Booldy nice piece
Intriguingly it\'s by Mr or Mrs Anonymous!! (Come out! Come out, whoever you are!! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] ) Why would anyone this good not want to reveal his or her name? My guess is that they would embarrass users of more expensive libraries or that they are just plain famous and don\'t want to be linked.
Could it be ThomasJ just wanting to prove that a good workman doesn\'t have to blame his tools?
The bottom line is that this Rackmanenough style demo just raised the bar somewhat (or at least reinforced the bar!!). It drives home, once more, the fantastic capacity of GPO to produce amazing results which are truly staggering (regardless of cost). Hearing this just inspires me and reassures me that I made the right decision. Why don\'t I just shut up, get my system going and stop writing.....I also want to get a demo up. It\'s extremely clear that Gary ain\'t going to have enough room on his site even for all the good \'uns! [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]
I should have listened to all the rest before posting but I just had to comment on this one by Anonymous. Tell me who it is Gary and I promise to keep my mouth shut! Honest!
This whole thing is just getting better and better and better.... WOWWWWWW!!
Most impressed (again) and grateful,