here you go - improvised and recorded a quick phrase. Tweaked then all notes and CC-curve for every version/library - raw sound, no reverb - just a bit piano for harmonic context
1. Berlin Strings Sul Tasto + SStS Pro Violin2 (6) (Tree + Close1 for SStS)
I really like that combo - also prefer Violin 2 in SStS as it has a bit more edge, giving the smooth BS Sul Tasto a lot of detail
2. Berlin Strings Main Adaptive Legato (Tree + ConcertMaster)
3. CSS (+ CSSS) (Tree + a bit Close)
4. CSS + CS2 (+ CSSS) (Tree + a bit Close)
5. BBC SO (Core)
6. MSS (incl PP-trick) (Stage + a bit Close)
maybe the melody is a bit sad
I had a go at emulating your test. Be prepared for a surprise at the end.
The idea is to show what you can do with creating your own sections with solo libraries which I hope helps create more definition and less synthy sounding, (more variation of tone) particularly in divisi writing. In the hope of sounding more realistic.
1. SCS close mikes as chamber comparison using a chamber library (IMo not very nice)
2. My Unify solo 5 violins patch ( performance sea violin, Spitfire artisan, sarconni , berlin chair 2nd violin and joshua bell.(dry no eq or anything )
3. Your Berlin Strings Sul Tasto + SStS Pro Violin2
4. CSS +my solo violins
5. your tune arranged for chamber strings.( using solo violins patch, DSS for 2nds , Dss violas , Lass cello, and CSS for high strings. +bit of altiverb and lex.
View attachment Legato test solovioloins.mp3