I've finished the soundtrack for a documentary, working almost exclusively in MIR24 for the first time. It's been a complete joy not to have to handle separate reverbs and EQs for placement. However, like I said this is a first experience. If anyone feels like listening and giving constructive criticism, here's one of my favorite tracks.
Beautiful! Musically and programming-wise the track is flawless, and there's not much to say from an audio-engineering POV either. It might be due to the dreaded audio-quality of Soundcloud, but for me there's a little hump around 2.5 kHz which I would try to tame for an even more "breathy" sound. A touch of high-end boost (a soft shelving EQ around 20 kHz, maybe?) would add to that feeling, too.
Other than that, it's very well done. I could imagine that a little less "wetness" would emphasise the very nice positioning of your virtual orchestra, but that's more kind of a personal preference. 😊 Or did you have to use lots of sub-groups (opposed to individual Icons for each single instrument)?
In any case: Great work! Congratulations.