...is one of my favorite for string orchestra. Fast bouncing repetitions, strong bow attacks, sweet "divisi" portato and legato, fast runs, "pizzicato", heavy "tutti" and wide "crescendo". A real challenging gym for chamber string orchestration.
I don't know if it's a good rendition, and I let you comment about, as I would like to know if you are able of recognizing the sound libraries used to make it.
I love that music and i also love VSL chamber strings probably VSL VI right? i tough i hear some ''piano'' portamento, Good work, a lot of programming he? But a little to much reverb for my taste and because of that we loose definition in the mix like in the descent i could barely hear the violas and cello but still, good work. How long did it take you?
come on Fabio - don't keep us guessing - I've been thinking of getting Chamber Strings - so this could clinch it!!
I should recommend it, if the quality of the other sections will be the same of the good violins that Kirk has included for free in the Emerald SO.
The overall quality of KH Emerald SO is already good, and it is under further development for the necessary refinement, as for new programming.
I suppose then that Chamber strings will be interesting.
I still use an unexpensive, but very powerful tool, the ensamble maker of GPO, for chamber music.
In the demo, I use it for the creation of other sections, enriched by articulations of the string sections of Emerald, with some simple additional programming of K2 for better control.
(KH is providing with an excellent via-velocity control of dynamics, but I like a continous controller, like cc#11 or cc#1, to refine dynamic and/or timbre after attack, to add expression and variation).