Immediately when I loaded up the patch Ten Horns – Adventure and started to play some lines, I was in love. This thing sounds HUGE. And not only that, it is so playable.
Through their unique “morph stacking” program scripting, any note length you play will sound natural. You can play pretty much any note with any length, and it will always soundrealistic while having that big sound.
It does not contain any legato articulations, but I don’t think that’s too big of an issue. The playability + sound that Musical Sampling have achieved here lends itself well to the style of writing big wall-of-brass type chords and also more majestic and quicker brass melodies.
I think it does a great job for what it’s intended for.
Then there are the patches from The Horde. These are 3 cimbassi + 3 tubas, and they have applied a lot of audio processing to make them sound really beefy and deep. The low end is really powerful (almost to the point of overwhelming). Very useful for braams.