Ok, the price is great but seems like there's a lot of things to work around instead of work with. I will probably get CSB, I like the tone better anyways. From everything I read it is solid. Almost let a good deal get in the way of a good choice. Thanks againLcas,
A rather quick and dirty example, I’m afraid. (Links at the bottom of this post.) Various instruments and combinations of instruments through the Seventh Heaven Amsterdam Hall; dry-wet balance more or less 50/50. A very simple set-up in which any decent reverb will do about just as well (or just as bad, depending on your point of view). If it were for real though, I would use different tools (and add a delay as well) and also spend quite a bit more time on this, but I just can't stand another minute today with these sounds, and besides, a more elaborate excercise wouldn’t be much help to you anyway since you don’t have the tools to recreate it.
In order of appearance: (1) First Horn (2) Second Horn (3) Euphonium and Cimbasso, joined halfway through by two Trombones (4) Two trumpets (5) The two Horns again, but this time staccato & marcato.
The crackling noise you hear at 0’29”, during the second horn’s appearance, that is something in the samples. You can hear more of that in this example.
(JBuhler would probably advice us to use another horn in this instance. The thing is, I can provide so much examples from all across the library, that he will eventually be forced to advice us to use a different library altogether.)
By the way, JBuhler: try an interval of a major 7th starting from the either E3 or F3. And what do you have to say about this fine legato specimen? That's also Trumpet 2.
Anyway. Lcas, here’s the wet version. And for comparison: the dry version.