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Audio Imperia Nucleus KONTAKT screenshot
P2P | 11 July 2020 | 20.4 GB
Nucleus is an orchestral software instrument made for Kontakt Player, that is both compact and versatile. An uncompromising symphonic essentials library designed to bring cinematic sound quality and an easy-to-use and complete creative toolset within anybody’s reach.

KEY FEATURES
*Crisp & smooth cinematic orchestral sound.
*Two highly versatile microphone mixes: Classic & Modern.
*Soloists, Individual Instrument Sections, Pre-Orchestrated Ensembles, and Full Ensembles.
*Realistic legato patches.
*Small footprint and low resource consumption.
*Made for the free Kontakt Player, Version 6.1.1 or higher.
*NKS compatible.

Nucleus consists of carefully selected essentials from our flagship products (Jaeger, Cerberus, and Talos Vol.2), as well as an impressive amount of new material:

*Soloists: Violin, Cello, Trumpet, French Horn, Flute, and Oboe.
*Choir: Sopranos, Altos, Tenors, and Basses.
*Woodwinds: Flutes, Oboes, Clarinets, and Bassoons.
*Tonal Percussion: Timpani, Marimba, Xylophone, and Glockenspiel.
*Additional Pizzicato articulation for Strings.
*Sound Design: Drones and Pads.

Audio Imperia Nucleus KONTAKT screenshot

Nucleus boils the cinematic orchestra formula down to the essentials needed for realistic cinematic orchestral scoring. The library includes patches for every scenario, with soloists, individual instrument sections, pre-orchestrated ensembles and full ensembles providing all the flexibility of a real orchestra at your fingertips.

Nucleus' intuitive interface design provides a number of innovative solutions – a perfect mix of functionality, usability, and aesthetics. All the flexibility and customization you'd expect is there, but the advanced controls stay out of your way when you don't need them.

Writing an orchestral track can be an overwhelming task if you are just starting out — and who wants to spend all day balancing a mix? Nucleus is an incredible starter library for beginners and a well worthy addition for the more experienced user.








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  Member 5.02.2016 133
+39
Thats dope !
  Contributor 29.06.2010 1012 1274
+40600
  Resident 14.08.2012 2 315
+62
Wow and wow thank you audioz
  Resident 4.02.2012 552
+155
Wow! Thank you!
  Resident 7.01.2016 2 195
+71
The definitive orchestral solution? Please discuss. I'm new to Kontakt and there are so many orchestral libraries..
  Member 11.08.2014 52
+15
Libraries like this, Orchestral Tools Inspire 1-2 etc., are designed for users to quickly develop orchestral sketches. In this respect, they're really excellent, especially for users new to the orchestral palette. However, seasoned orchestral lib users (already armed with the prerequisite multi-terabyte library collections), you'd most-likely give this a miss.

Listening to the walkthrough, i must say this lib does sound very useable if you're after a strident, hans zimmer-esque soundscape!
  Resident 30.12.2017 944
+391
Agreed, this one sounds great and seems to have nice usability, but the sample content is just pretty low compared to other libraries.
  Resident 17.09.2013 577
+86
What do you classify as "high sample content" when seeking for quality :)?
Just curios.
Every Composition Started with one simple note :)
  Resident 30.12.2017 944
+391
Well it's not just the quality, but also the quantity. In a certain sense, you need quantity for quality with these kinds of libraries. Here you pay 400$ for about 20 gigs, whereas other libraries offer a lot more content with more articulations and deeper sampling, like EastWest Hollywood Orchestra Gold which comes with around 100 gigs as far as I can tell and often went on sale for, I forgot how much, but it was lower than 400$, or Spitfire BBC Orchestra or Studio Orchestra Professional versions that come with 425 or 590 gigs, but they also cost a lot more.
  Moderator 21.01.2012 1263 11915
+74768
All that have been said is true.
Also sometimes, it's good to begin writing your ideas with a simple library that may not sound perfect but it's faster to use.
Then you can always change to advanced libraries to finish your composition.

So both type of libraries are useful, depending of the situation.
  Resident 18.09.2010 186
+32
I totally agree with what's said. When releasing "all-in-all" sound libraries which claim to do all you ever dreamed of. It's very difficult to pick balance, both money, sound, design and user -wise. It's easy to state and prommis gold, that might be what's best for someone, while someone else consider another flavor.
I have invested in quite some libraries over the years and still kind of, "draw back", to the same options as always. I tend to pick a bit here and there to get what me/clients/studio wants for a specific scenario.
However, I like when companies aim for a goal and feel confident what they have achieved. That's great and always kind of "tickles" me to take one step closer.
Sure in many cases the "demo songs" are "epic" and "mind blowing", of course when showcasing a product :) But also very inspiring. So yeah, happy exploring and keep it up!
---Normal is boring---
  Member 14.03.2020 9
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quote by EpicShowdownAgreed, this one sounds great and seems to have nice usability,


isn't that really all that matters? Less fluff has always worked out great for me, in regards to quality and efficiency.
  Member 26.01.2017 23
+198
quote by Jevon
<span class='QuoteBy'>quote by EpicShowdown</span>Agreed, this one sounds great and seems to have nice usability,


isn't that really all that matters? Less fluff has always worked out great for me, in regards to quality and efficiency.

I don't know what they are talking about.
Audio Imperia libraries are the best when it comes to sound quality, but they miss mic positions, or have different space / hall / chamber than Spitfire or Orchestral Tools.
Said that, I know for a bunch of problems that Spitfire and Orchestral Tools libraries have and Nucleus does not have.

If library does not take 100GB they will say its an sketching library.

Actually, all of you wrote bunch of text without any of you pointing to exact problem with this library.

If anyone tried many orchestral libraries, it is me, and each of them have problems.
I am mostly bothered by libraries that have different starting time between samples, it destroys my work, I just lose nervs, and yes those are Spitfire, Spitfire sounds quiet, Spitfire spiccato is useless when it comes to fast writing, I talk about Symphony series.

Cinematic Studio is dark, ok fine, but it also have weird starting times in samples, hard to control patches over cc#x.

Orchestral Tools, Berlin has problems with short strings, woodwinds are good, brass is weird, that horns are just weird, Ark 1 can only go loud, and brass and strings on legato or sustains have weird starting times, and you also gotta play on around that to make it work.

I did not downloaded Nucleus yet, but I already know what will be the problem, its mic positions, hall and / or reverb, but if it has good starting times, if it won't bother me by switching keys and similar things, I will rather use this than terabytes of Orchestral Tools and Spitfire that I will have to remember ms+/- for each articulation of each sample.

All in all
Write problem, don't comment like...
"This library is not good..."
Its like if I enter McDonalds and say "Give me one....."

And best libraries around are...
Metropolis Ark 1 - Huge sound, choir.
Metropolis Ark 3 - Best epic percussion.
Metropolis Ark 4 - Best as MA1 support.
Inspire 1, 2 - Has mentioned flaws of Berlin series, but there is no better for chamber / small and nice orchestral sound.
ProjectSam - great sound, but I don't use them because I have hard time templating with those libraries. It needs like 1000 mixer tarcks for template with all articulations separated, I have 125 in FLS.

That is all folks, all other libraries I have tried, I never liked them.
Cinesamples, Cinematic Studio, Cinematic Strings, 8dio, Fluffy Audio, Strezov and so on and so on...
I found my peace with OT, but I think it will be Nucleus now, just if it is able to satisfy my short notes need and acoustic percussion needs.
  Resident 29.08.2015 384
+87
@krysdeb

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Thank you to contributors !!
  Moderator 21.01.2012 1263 11915
+74768
Daniel James is a very good source of information that can complement what we discus here.
  Resident 7.01.2016 2 195
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Thank you so much! And thank you everyone for their inputs... really will dig in more on this.
  Resident 30.10.2012 32 569
+498
Thanks for sharing...
Looks like everyone is getting in on the orchestral scene. I guess you go where the money is right
  Resident 30.12.2017 944
+391
You think there is money in the orchestral scene? Only money I've heard of is trailer music but there's some fierce competition and while this library might be a good starter, you'll soon want to get larger and better libraries I'd think.
  Resident 30.10.2012 32 569
+498
There is big money there, look at all of the orchestral libraries coming out...
look at all the companies now making orchestral geared libraries. Yeah there is some fierce competition but look at as a whole. The trailer scene is huge but really, if you listen to it, it is all the same. Braaaaam here, stinger there, downer...upper there...it is all the same. Every company has there "trailer section".

All that I am saying is that everyone is getting in on their own take of the orchestral scene. There is money to be had out there and I will say this that I agree with Mooger "1% make 99% of the money in the orchestral scene.[b][/b]" but I can also be angered and or disheartened by it as well. When there are a large number of creative peeps out there that do some amazing stuff but go unheard cause "the scene" does not want to stray from what they know or are comfortable with.

Wow, went on a journey here. I never do this but you know...i guess I can stand on the soap box once in a while.

...whos next
  Resident 30.12.2017 944
+391
Interesting. Thank you, yes I agree, I mean the 1%/99% thing is true for most of the music scene as a whole right? It's really sad. I wouldn't have thought that there's a lot of money in orchestral music besides trailer music, interesting to hear a different take on that.
  Member 7.07.2016 1 366
+121
1% make 99% of the money in the orchestral scene.
  Member 11.08.2014 52
+15
quote by Moogerfoogers1% make 99% of the money in the orchestral scene.


Very true, though i'd have thought it's probably more like 0.1% make 99.9%...
  Member 10.01.2016 6 55
+265
Awesome thank you!!!!
  Resident 16.11.2013 2 862
+435
I LOVE IT.
My only wish would be - either there was more pads/drones (10 is too little) to use for sound design OR you could import your own into the interface to manipulate (which I tried to do be it didnt seem to allow)
The Flutes, and other instruments are beautiful :)
  Member 16.01.2020 59
+9
This library is what i would call an "orchestral starter" or an orchestral "workstation", very nice for composing and workflow, but none of the sounds is usable in a production context (unless for a video game may be or a cheap trailer).
20gb for a full orchestra + choir, you cannot expect a miracle.
  Member 1.09.2019 21
+2
That's because it doesn't include mic positions so that cuts down what would be 100 gigs to 20 gigs.
  Resident 7.02.2009 1 418
+196
Good point. Orchestral libs have tipically between 4-6 different mics.
This one seems to have only two, so perhaps not 100GB but could be easily 40-60GB.
That being said, the big ones like Orchestral Berlin are like 150+GB combined (strings and so on)
[2009] Sorry for my English. I'm working on it
[2017] I'm beginning to improve. Hell yeah, I'm a fast learner :D
  Member 9.05.2014 8 494
+167
I totally agree with you.
  Member 10.01.2016 6 55
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