So I have never established a good workflow for this and I am looking for guidance. So, you just finished a mockup using Berlin Brass. All 11 instruments used (3 tpt, 3 bone, 4 horns & 1 tuba). Used tree only during programming to both save RAM and have a single perspective. Then you finish the woodwinds parts using BWW Revive, all single instruments, all tree mics. You don't have Berlin Strings, so you use CSS and HWS Diamond. CSS's mix mic gets most of the job done to my ear and while HWS doesn't offer a mix option, it is so dry that using the mains and close pretty fit the bill for me. Then there's Orchestral Tools, Berlin WWs and Brass. So here is where I go wrong and start completely screwing up my balance, turning on more mics and fiddling with the faders. What do you all do at this exact point? Who uses the Auto-Gain switch in Capsule? Does anyone print out each microphone to its own track and automate as if it were recorded live? I find the F Horns to be the most in need. They are lost and blurry in that room to my ears. They sound lovely but lack so much clarity. In the perfect world of unlimited RAM would you recommend turning on all the mics? There would just seem to be an endless task of tweaking each mic fader by 1 or 2 dB. In short, I'm looking for the best way to get a mic mix for Berlin Brass that more closely resembles what I hear in the mic mix of CineBrass or or CSB. NOTE: I realize that compared to those other 2 libraries, Berlin Brass will always sound more roomy due to where/how it was recorded, but where have you found good starting point for levels on a building a mic mix?