If I remember well, there was a very similar thread not too long ago. Why do sample library developers do not cooperate with notation software developers and make a notation software that works perfect with for example EWQLSO? It would be a huge It would be a huge difference to how it works now. If I need staccato samples it automatically loads staccato samples if I use staccato marks in the score, it automatically makes crescendos, if I show in my score, that I want a crescendo at a specific part of my score etc. Of course I could type in the starting velocity and the velocity where the crescendo should end, there would be different curves of the crescendos from which I could choose and for fine tuning the curve could also be set manually. I think that's what the developers should concentrate on now. The sound of the most libraries is really good now, very realistic. The main problem is the very slow working with them instead of just writing the score and getting the great sound right out of the box.
What do you think about this? I read about this new software (was it called novation?), and I think it's a great Idea, but it would be much better if we could use the libraries we allready own, wouldn't it?