Trailer Brass both gives you the opportunity to choose each single articulation in a more traditional way, as well as their performance patches (adventure), which through their “morph stacking” scripting makes notes of any length sound natural, making it a breeze to play lines with several articulations on the go. This allows for a nice workflow, and enhanced realism.
Another approach I like is their Spiccato/Staccato patches. Compared to the short single articulations where the velocity controls the dynamics, the velocity here controls the articulation (low velocity is short notes and a high velocity is long notes), while the mod wheel controls the dynamics.
This honestly took me a few minutes to get used to, but once I got rolling – it was very pleasing to play around with, making it easy to record and play natural sounding lines featuring short and long note lengths without having to use key switches or multiple patches. The fact that you can choose between the two without having to switch the patch is great.
I found it the library easy and pleasant to work with, and have already used it in my first trailer cues without any obstacles.