The Orchestra Complete 1.1 | X-Mas Update 2019
FREE FOR ALL EXISTING & NEW USERS
As a big “thank you” for your overwhelming interest, we provide all “The Orchestra Complete” users a massive Christmas update – for FREE. It is the perfect rounding for your existing library, introducing the following huge features:
A BRAND-NEW INSTRUMENT: PIANO
We added a fantastic sounding piano, providing the present orchestra a completely new and dreamy, mystical or even romantic timbre. It is both available as a single NKI and integrated into the ensemble engine, featuring a multitude of new and enchanting presets.
CHOIR NOW INCLUDED IN THE ENSEMBLE ENGINE
The staccato for the male and female choir are now integrated into our famous ensemble engine, bringing bombastic trailer choirs directly to your fingertips. The syllables will cycle with each note – a functionality we brought into the single instruments as well. Coming with a bunch of new, earth-shattering presets.
NEW MULTI PRESETS
On top of that we composed 10 new multi presets, uniting our vast orchestra with piano and choir syllables to the most tremendous and thundering orchestra sound, that was ever heard in “The Orchestra Complete”!
(And one more thing… the sustain pedal works now!)
We hope you enjoy this update and we wish you a wonderful end of the year.
Your Sonuscore Team
See what we added in our WHAT’S NEW video and check out the screencast of the composition “AN EPIC WINTER TALE” by Tilman Sillescu, featuring exclusively instruments from our THE ORCHESTRA Family and showcasing the brand-new Instruments and features from our 1.1 Update.
The Orchestra Complete Changelog
Version 1.1 (December 2019)
Added: new Grand Piano Open & Closed Lid
Added: the Choir Staccato syllables are now integrated into the engine NKI
Added: random selection of syllables for the new choir staccato (also available in the single NKI)
Added: over 50 new presets and 10 new multi patches
Fixed: the sustain pedal now works properly. Notes that are held after releasing the sustain pedal are not stopped
Fixed: the repeat function was broken in Arpeggiator 1
Fixed: there was a bug when the octave and repeat function were in use (a value different than zero) while using the chord note order
Fixed: graphical bug on Windows with the ‘accent aigu’ and the word ‘Bartók’
Fixed: missing version number on the settings page