Originally Posted by Silver Sonya
I'm a fan of this company, but I'm wondering if there is any "Eleanor Rigby"-minded super-vivid, present, tactile bowing cello or whether this is a different kind of thing altogether.
The demos suggest a smoothness that is appealing, but... that's a different characteristic than what attracts me to the cello. I'm speaking purely subjectively about my own aesthetic.
I understand the aesthetic you suggest. I don't think you'll find that here. The dimension and vividness of AC
is great, but it's more on the ambient side (even with the close mics) than the Eleanor Rigby
The divisi and solo instruments combined could achieve a similar result, but the proximity and dryness you desire may be somewhat elusive to accomplish with this library. Of course, an experienced engineer could do things to bring the sound more up front.
Nonetheless, Adagio is still wonderful for more cinematic scoring and excels in terms of expressiveness.