The sound of real brass can help make your music stand out, adding sparkle and fire or smoothness and sophistication in a way that sampled or synth brass cannot.
There's a reason why armies have used buglers for centuries. The sound of the bugle — which is essentially a trumpet without valves — carries in a way that few other instruments do. The Roman Armies used a form of Trombone when they marched, and togeather with a Saxophone it can add a new dimention to your recording
In the followin pages we tried to assemble a comprehensive guide about brass and recording it: