Just FYI, I've updated it. Laura's clarinet is good for 2nd parts - it is at least a real clarinet, even if I didn't know how to soundfont or microphone when I made it. It is not looped, and on one note - a concert f4, I think, second line g for Bb clarinet, I ended it...lazily. One of the mistakes I made was trying to do everything fff. Another was not doing proper fff up top - I don't live alone, and I do not recommend playing altissimo as loud as you can outside of wagner, marching band, a for-real fff tutti, or a very soundproof room. So, fff is not... a beautiful tone friendly volume, but you do get a properly chunky low register, which makes it awesome for second clarinet. Eventually I'll add another velocity layer, or just remake it entirely.
Some of the brass is more looped - the trombone is something of a nightmare to loop. I've merged the solo strings into the section sounds to give them a bit more of a characteristic timbre.
3 Celli Soli - not sure if this was added earlier
Some visual advice for an accurate balance - I cannot for the life of me increase the volume on the bass trombone, or I would, so start by turning that all the way up. If you lack low brass, turn timpani all the way up, and Contrabassi. Visual advice is for the large full orchestra, though it works well when you remove instruments.
And my current drumset. A lot of instruments have multiple sounds, but the same looking notes.
Edit: Speaking of Dance of the Sugar Plum fairy, here's the update playing Tchaikovsky's Pas de Deux with it's two variations, Tarantella and Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy and coda. Pas De Deux has full tutti FFFF at 2:59, so you can hear what the visual aid balance results in: https://musescore.com/user/194052/scores/5313590
Just in case you don't believe me about the trumpet. Honestly, I should probably knock the piccolo down a little too.
I might... really like contrabassoon. Also, the lower instruments need more volume.
No, I don't have a whip. I looked, didn't find one, used a castanet instead.
I know the celesta is surprising, I checked it on the Dance of the Sugar Plum fairy. Side note, Musescore auto transposes and the celesta is already transposed. So if it's not playing right, staff properties-> Transpose written pitches to sound, change it to a zero. Same for the Glockenspiel. No octave transpositions required.
Edit: Made me realize I hadn't switched the Xylo to it's actual instrument, lol