Just came across it having seen an ad at the kvr site. It looks interesting, especially since I haven't seen a lot of these kinds of instrument samples being available. The recorders, I think Sampletekk has covered very nicely, but I still haven't seen any nice lutes, viols, etc.
I did notice not a lot of velocity layers for things. Which may not necessarily be a bad thing. Depends on the instrument.
I probably should have phrased my comment better. Sorry about that.
I listened to some of the patches this morning, while I still don't them, I think most of the problems I hear can be chalked up to personal taste.
I found the majority of string sounds to be harsh and shrill. It was either the instrument or the recording techniques used. When using early instruments, I expect a certain degree of strangeness in the tonality. More like weird organic overtones. But these samples just sounded harsh to me.
I bought this sample library for a specific project, but I ended up using a Roland JV ethnic library card instead.
These tryout Patches (Krumhorn Alt, Woodblocks and Zither eco) can be used for free in any commercial or non commercial music/sound production or performance. Any other use is not allowed. Please do not redistribute. Thanks!