Im not sure if this is a proper question of this forum, but there are so many people here with a lot of knowledge, so perhaps someone have got the answer.
Harmonics (flageoletter in swedish) used on strings, you just press the string slightly instead of letting it touch the wood, brings a very crystalic sound. I read an article from MM (again.. swedish [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] ) about different techniques used in an orchestra. They mentioned Wagners Lohengrin and blam - what a pretty sound.
Now my question, is this only used on violins or can it be used on violas and cellos as well? As i understand it is a rather complex process to make it sound right.
Subquestion - Does GOS (or any other libraries) have those samples in a playable way?
I really recommend listening to wagners lohengrin, it is the prelude to act one.