I am thinking about updating some of my woodwinds, and the consensus around here seems to be that Westgate is the way to go. I love the sound of their demos but there's very little information on their website about how they're programmed. I'm getting tired of piecing together lines bit-by-bit by jumping from one articulation to another. More and more libraries seem to be going the one-track-one-instrument route with scripts, multis, keyswitches, etc. but I can't find much information on Westgate's approach.
For woodwinds, the alternative for ease-of-use seems to be WIVI, but I just don't like the sound of the demos quite as much as Westgate
Any thoughts on Westgate's "ease of use" and programming? (or any favorable reviews of WIVI woodwinds?)