Since people have been asking, I've decided to post a very quick and very dirty demo of Vienna Giga Symphony. How quick and dirty? I call it crap.mp3.
It's basically an improvisation that has no chordal structure, what chords it has often conflict, the piece doesn't build and doesn't really go anywhere. Other than that it's great.
I only used VGS, including pizz strings, harp, bassoon, percussion, trombone and tuba. I played it into the sequencer to a fixed metronome with no massaging. Everthing runs through a single instance of GigaPulse. It's the medium hall with all settings at the default values. The panning is default VGS. I didn't compress, EQ or do anything fancy. I spent about a minute reducing the volume of the tracks with expression fixed at 127 to match the tracks where I rode the expression around 90.
The reason I'm posting my crap demo is so people can get a feel for what they will get when putting down the first tracks of VGS with no spit and no polish. In the world of GS3, 24-bit VGS and GigaPulse, this is what "raw" sounds like - after an MP3 encode anyway.
Anyway, here's the link.
I hope you like my crap demo. Don't expect it on the VSL site anytime soon.