Thank you, David!
Your first post in this thread specified that you had been testing Ivory on the coda, so I figured the coda was probably fresh in your fingers.
I've listened to the recordings on a pair of Beyer DT880 headphones and a pair of Sennheiser HD600s (which are what I use with my piano.)
But I have two problems - first, auditory memory. Listening to one track I can't remember the preceding track.
And second, your playing. It's hard to try to listen critically to the VST sound rather than just chilling and enjoying your playing!
From your mention that you had recorded the MIDI with Side B, does that mean that mic is your preference when playing? At first I thought that the MS mic might be the better player experience, but the more I listen to your recordings the more I seem to gravitate to B. The plain ambient mic by itself could pretty much emulate many older concert recordings.
One thing that stood out to me is that the octave C before the fermata in measure 202 seemed to sustain quite well underneath the subsequent pp chords.
Thank you so much for sharing this. Synthogy would be idiots if they wouldn't want to add these recordings to their demos.
(aside - Peter, having previously established that I don't shill for VSL you'll find similar speculation about any involvement of me with Synthogy equally frivolous 🧐 /aside)
If I ever recover enough use of my left hand that I can enjoy an acceptable level of mediocrity in playing I'll definitely purchase this library. (What was supposed to be "routine" open-heart surgery last October wound up with my waking up two days later with stents throughout my body and an unexpected fasciotomy on my left arm. Anybody wanna see gross fasciotomy pics, let me know!)