from the \"readme\" of the zip file:
These programs were created with NI Kontakt, and will work only if you own the library \"Garritan Personal Orchestra\"
Nothing special, but maybe useful: i just created some brass \"section\" by overlaying the different samples from the different ENS program.
\"french horn 1 3xens\" means that the 3 programs \"french horn 1 ens 1\", \"french horn 1 ens 2\", \"french horn 1 ens 3\" are combined to form a single patch that will occupy only one GPO slot and to play at unison. this means that you will loose the possibiltiy of using independently the three soloist and of using the VAR1, VAR2, Portamento commands for each single French Horn player. But this patch could be useful when you just need \"the sound\" produced by the section, and don\'t want to dig maniacally into the fine tuning of the performance.
The same concept apply with trombones and trumpet. In the patches with \"OVL\" mark i also layered the \"overlay\" samples to the ensemble sounds.
The normal programming of GPO is not modified.
The other two programs provided are
Bass Drum Sus
Basic Orch Perc Combo 2
In these ones i only modified the lenght of the Bass Drum sustain. now it is much more longer and you can activate a sort of \"damping\", that meas stop the sound, by pressing the sus pedal. The bass drum is the only sound modified in the \"Basic Orch Perc Combo 2\".
in order to use it, you have to just unzip the different patches (with the corresponding txt file) in the appropriate directory where you have installed the different GPO instrumens.