It sounds pro and I like it.
Thanks and thanks.
I compose music from improvisations but I have never extracted parts from the piano part. I should try your method and see if it works for me.
It is worth trying, though you need to keep an open creative mind and not be too bound by the original.
Of course we all know it would sound better with musicians playing it. I use Cubase with Vienna Symphonic Library. I've exported music into Sibelius from Cubase and the other way around. Cubase has a music score section but somehow, it's not as easy to use as Sibelius but Sibelius isn't as good for sequencing so it's best to use both. I stopped using Sibelius however when I realized that it's going to be nearly impossible to get even a small chamber orchestra to play my music or even to give it a listen. I was paying a pro cellist to record my music but that got expensive so now I'm learning cello, trumpet, and sax, already know keyboard.
Your products are excellent. Never is a long time, though performances for almost everybody don't come all that often. In pitching your work, start small and amateur. Professional orchestras pay for time, so your work must be very efficient in its rehearsal needs. Amateurs are doing it for fun, so they can afford to be interested in what your are doing. Getting experience in an ensemble is essential, especially for a keyboard person. Writing for orchestra means telling each player (and the conductor) how to play each note, and that takes both patience and experience. With virtual instruments you get to tweek your balances, tone colors, and articulations and hear immediate results. Writing for an ensemble is just the same except you have to do it all beforehand, without hearing it. The virtual orchestra is extremely valuable, however, for all the really important stuff like melody, harmony, and especially timing. I wish you luck, and don't get too discouraged!