To do something else and learn from the "masters".... I copied that second part of the 5th symphony of Schubert. I made a mistake in the title of this thread..... not the part 3 but part 2.
2 Horns Eb (of course I used the French horns, but the score is as if Eb)
Overture 4.0 for Windows XP, with KP2 player
Sonar 5 Prod.
Voxengo Overtone Equalizer
- both used for violins and violas
SIR convolution, one for every instrument group (meaning 8 occurences)
Impulsfile: Lexicon - PCM90Halls - ORCH-medium hall (all with diff. settings)
As an example I used the recording of the Wiener Philharmoniker, with Ricardo Mutti, recording almost 20 years old.
I used a different "sound balance" to get all the instruments play their specific role. Schubert didn't write this symphony as a string ensemble with winds, but was certainly aware of the role of flutes, oboes, etc. otherwise he wouldn't have written those parts.
Some recordings are just string ensembles with accompaniment of those wind instruments. Ricardo Muti starts this symphony (the first few measures) as if the strings are muted. I didn't, because it wasn't in the score.
Andante con moto from the 5th Symphony of F. Schubert
The score in pdf format
Hope you enjoy this. Next time I'll try to use that video-gadget to play along the score, but for now.... the old fashioned way.