I do this fairly frequently, and have found that I wind up losing a bunch of time first getting the individual tracks to blend and sound like the ensemble track (which I usually like for the most part, but come to a point where I want more individual control, etc.) Only after this ordeal, only then can I finally get to the tweaking, more detailed control and writing I've been wanting to get to. I lost a whole day to that on a job recently and it played havoc with the deadline, and I realized this happens a lot. Is it a matter of having a well balanced template? I work from scratch, and though I have my go to libraries generally (Spitfire Chamber Strings for example) I find I always have to go through this ensemble to individual tracks rework process. I've resisted doing the template thing because I find I always windup using so many different sounds on a job that it seems unhelpful. I like changing things up and using new stuff much of the time as well... Maybe some libraries are better at doing this than others? Or maybe you have a process that helps you through it? Talking about strings for the most part here. Thanks!