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BBC Symphony Orchestra Core


A TRULY COHESIVE SOUND


For the first time, we have captured a full orchestra: outstanding players who have developed a precise musical affinity, rehearsing and performing some of the most challenging orchestral works together, week in, week out, to create a truly cohesive sound.


The BBC Symphony Orchestra is the musical beating heart of the BBC itself – the oldest entertainment organisation in the world, trusted and respected globally. With a performance heritage nearly a century old, it boasts Sir Adrian Boult, Arturo Toscanini and Sir Colin Davis among its historical conductors, championing new classical music and composers at the BBC Proms and beyond, and selling out concert halls the world over. Every note has been expertly sampled at Maida Vale Studios, a world-class recording space with a rich musical history. Built in 1909, it was one of the BBC's earliest premises — the centre of the BBC News operation during World War II, and the home of the BBC Symphony Orchestra since 1934.






THE NEW STANDARD IN ORCHESTRAL SAMPLING


Orchestral samples have become an essential component of modern scoring, and the range of libraries available is vast. But what if a single product could become the universal starting point for a generation of composers?


We’ve taken over a decade of sampling experience to give you this comprehensive orchestral library of epic proportions — comprising over 200 hours of recordings, sounding exactly as they would if you had the orchestra in the room. Core features 44 different instrument presets captured on world-class Millennia preamps, and 344 techniques including legatos for each melodic instrument.


With a beautiful, modern design by ustwo (Monument Valley, DICE), BBC Symphony Orchestra is housed in our award-winning standalone plugin (VST2, VST3, AU, AAX & NKS ready) developed primarily for composers, by composers — easy to use, intuitive and inspiring.


THE CORE EDITION


Created as a universal starting point for composers and music creators of every level, BBC Symphony Orchestra now comes in three editions: Discover, Core and Professional. Core features the same outstanding recording quality as Professional in a more streamlined, affordable package. Offering a large range of instruments performing all articulations, with one mix signal, Core has been designed for composers wanting to create instantly professional sounding orchestral music, without taking up too much hard drive space. For more control, detail and versatility, as well as soloists, see the Professional edition. Discover is free for owners of BBC Symphony Orchestra Core — see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more details.



WHAT'S NEW?


In the latest update to BBC Symphony Orchestra Core we have added an extra set of stunning performances from the brilliant brass section, as well as updating a selection of legatos with abilities including fast runs and shorts:


  • ~1.8GB of new content
  • New Muted Brass techniques
  • Extended Legato Update
  • Various bug fixes









It’s now easier than ever to share and collaborate with fellow composers, collaborators and directors — whatever edition of BBCSO you own. Our groundbreaking mode switching technology makes each edition of BBC Symphony Orchestra interchangeable, so you can mock up your scores quickly and with ease. For example, start writing a piece of music using Discover, and finish it in the Core or Professional edition, with a fuller range of instruments, capabilities and versatility. It also works the other way around: write a piece in the Professional edition and a collaborator can open it in Discover, play what you’ve written (with the sounds intelligently substituted), and add to it. When you reopen their edited version, you will hear their additions alongside your original composition – with your full selection of instruments, articulations and signals.






THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING


The founding values of the BBC – to inform, educate and entertain – could not resonate more richly with Spitfire, making this partnership a truly exciting and defining moment. Beyond a new standard for orchestral sample libraries lies an ongoing collaboration with the BBC, providing resources – online and live – for a community of musicians ready to define the future of orchestral music and blockbuster scores.


With this philosophy in mind, we have created The Page: a singular knowledge resource created for and in collaboration with our community, to learn, share and collaborate — consistently updated with exciting new BBC Symphony Orchestra material.





You can buy now, and download anytime

Sours: https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/bbc-symphony-orchestra-core/

Review: Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

Value award

Price Core £399, Discover £49
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As the first sample library to feature a revered British symphony orchestra of international repute, this thrilling collaboration between the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Spitfire Audio could be considered the jewel of any orchestral library. Its fully furnished Pro package is now available in two condensed and competitively priced iterations: Core and Discover. In the case of the latter, its price is competitive indeed, in that there isn’t one.

London calling

The Core and Discover packages are streamlined but in no way skeletal. Both feature all the orchestral sections and boast a full complement of basic instrument sets. To put this into context, the Pro package features 600GB of sample data, while the new Core suite clocks in at 24GB of sample data. Discover, on the other hand, has a mere 200MB. It’s terribly impressive on a technical level that Spitfire is able to squeeze so much into so little space, and especially so given that there’s no apparent loss of quality as a result.

The biggest difference between Pro and Core is the latter’s lack of microphone control. Spitfire has curated a mix derived from the studio at Maida Vale. It relies on mic capture weighted towards the front of the orchestra, the result being an up-front sound akin to that the conductor hears. The strings sound close and crisp but, as you move toward the back of the band, the brass and percussion exhibit greater degrees of sampled reverb.

Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

There’s an additional reverb control but the recorded signal can result in some of the instruments feeling distant. You might think this results in a natural and homogenised performance but, if you want to keep your brass and percussion signal dry, you have to work with the signal available to you.

There’s plenty to get excited about though. Core contains all the gems of the Pro package. The strings sound silky smooth, with the con sordino patching still a standout. There’s something recognisable about the sound of a British string section and Core captures it wonderfully, particularly in its healthy selection of dynamic layering and round-robins, also found in the Pro package.

Core lacks the solo and leader chairs of Pro but the en masse string section is fully represented, with up to 20 articulations per instrument, including legato, longs and shorts, and many of the more esoteric patches that Spitfire has become known for, such as Sul Tasto and Harmonics. Spitfire’s signature interfaces have long since become favourites of many producers worldwide. Core’s slate-grey GUI differs from the stark black interface of Pro. It feels like progress has been made here, with patch selection in Core seeming speedier and tighter.

With the woodwinds, there are both solo and ensemble recordings of all four woodwind instruments, and there’s even a solo piccolo. There are no further doubling instruments, such as cor anglais or bass clarinet, but having the choice of solo or ensemble formats is surely a boon for all users. Despite being based further back in the orchestral seating, the reverb doesn’t detract from these instruments. Instead, it sounds natural and nicely balanced.

Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

The brass mirrors the woodwinds, with both solo and ensemble patching. It’s here that we find the majestic Horn a4 ensemble patch, whose legato articulation is beautifully punctual and whose dynamic laying rips all the way up to a full fortissimo with no effort at all. Alongside the basic long note and legato patching, there are a further eight articulations, extending from staccato to flutter tongue.

The articulations vary from instrument to instrument. There are no trills in the trombones, for example, largely because they cannot trill in the same way that trumpets and horns do. The staccato brass patches, though, feel a little underpowered when compared to the sfz and maracto patches. The shorter notes also plainly reveal the room reverberation.

The percussion section is well represented too, with timpani, mallet instruments of all flavours, and even a harp and celeste. Being situated at the rear of the orchestra, they can also sound a little distant, particularly given the heavy transients of percussion instruments. But they sound convincing nonetheless.

Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

 

Voyage of discovery

For the junior in the pack, the Discover package is ridiculously comprehensive. To have so much content squeezed into a mere 200MB of sample data, Spitfire’s lossless compression algorithm must be seriously impressive. If used creatively, there’s no reason that Discover’s sounds should be any less convincing than those of Core and Pro. Discover’s visual interface differs from Core, with its beautiful graphic reflecting the layout of the orchestra. Every main orchestral instrument is catered for here, including the piccolo and bass trombone, and there’s also a similarly healthy contingent of tuned and untuned percussion instruments, including the aforementioned harp and celeste.

What the Discover section understandably leaves out is legato patching, dynamic layering, round-robins and solo instrumentation. Its convincing samples feature streamlined articulations, while offering dynamic control and MIDI CC expression. Discover sees the orchestra similarly represented by a single-microphone mix and, while the string patches omit certain articulations, such as con sordino, it does include long notes, spiccato, pizzicato and even tremolo. As a complete unit, it’s extremely impressive.

Equally impressive and innovative is its whole package’s ability to switch between libraries. If you find yourself working with different people, all of whom own different versions of the BBC Symphony Orchestra library, you can quickly and effortlessly switch between them from within the plug-in itself, eliminating any dreaded compatibility issues.

Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

Gamechanger

The most alluring factor with regard to Discover is surely its price. The heaving package costs just £49. If even that’s beyond your means, however, you can apply to get it free. You’ll have to wait 14 days for online delivery but such an offer should be tempting for younger musicians, students and those working to a budget. Spitfire co-founder Christian Henson has described this as a game-changing moment, as it represents a fully fledged orchestral library that literally everyone can afford.

We see Discover living up to its name, with young upstarts using it and, once suitably seduced, making the jump to the Core and Pro packages. All in all, these packages are perfectly pitched and enticingly collated. It’s difficult not to be impressed at all levels.

Do I really need this?

Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra Discover and Core

It’s tough to overstate how smart Spitfire has been about this. Core represents many of the best bits from the Pro package but at an attractive price for budding professionals or anyone with more than a passing interest in scoring. The Discover edition opens up a resource that, for many, has simply not been an option financially. We’re sure that in years to come, young customers will not forget Spitfire’s generosity.

Apart from the fact that Discover offers a renowned symphony orchestra in full flight, it’s also comprehensive in spite of its small stature; this thing won’t eat into your hard drive. You can use it with GarageBand or, if you’re a professional working on the move, use Discover while mobile and switch to Core or Pro when you get back to your studio.

MT Verdict

Core – 9/10

Discover – 10/10

+ Astonishing and comprehensive orchestral samples
+ Core is comprehensive in articulation and instrumentation
+ Discover features amazing content for a jaw-dropping price
+ Discover is engaging to use thanks to its colourful interface
+ Switching between libraries means no compatibility issues

– No ensemble patching
– Room reverb is noticeable in the furthermost orchestral sections

Spitfire is offering options aplenty here, in both the complexity of its packages and the prices you pay for each. In all cases, Core and Discover do not disappoint

Key features

  • Full orchestral libraries featuring the BBC Symphony Orchestra
  • Affordable
  • Recorded extensively at BBC Maida Vale Studios in London
  • Single-microphone mix in Core and Discover
  • All sections and main instrumentation included
  • Flexible switching between all Spitfire BBCSO editions
  • Employs Spitfire’s player plug-in (VST2/3, AU, AAX and NKS Ready)
  • Requires 24GB (Core) / 200MB (Discover) of disk space

Alternatives

Orchestral Tools Layers

Orchestral Tools
Layers Free

Another useful free library, Layers offers string, woodwind and brass samples in a chordal format. The resulting content is totally believable, with all the identity and signature dryness of OT’s Teldex Scoring Stage. It’s chordal content means it’s limited but it’s useful nonetheless.

Audio Imperia Nucleus Lite

Audio Imperia
Nucleus: Lite Edition $99

This streamlined edition of Audio Imperia’s impressive Nucleus library is another sound-stage recorded suite. It features all the content you’ll require to get started in scoring, as well as a choir and a sound-design section ideal for soundtrack-style work.

Sours: https://www.musictech.net/reviews/software-instruments/spitfire-audio-bbc-symphony-orchestra-discover-and-core/
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Frequently Asked Questions

wHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BBCSO DISCOVER, CORE AND PROFESSIONAL?

WHAT IS MODE SWITCHING?

Our mode switching technology allows you to switch between each edition of BBC Symphony Orchestra.

HOW DOES MODE SWITCHING BETWEEN DISCOVER, CORE AND PRO WORK?

We’ve broken down Mode Switching here.

IF I WANT TO INSTALL THIS LIBRARY ON A SECOND COMPUTER, DO I HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN?

Yes, you can do this by following these steps to re-download. Reset the download for BBCSO Discover/Core and then re-download on the machine of your choice. As well as this, you can also move the “Spitfire Audio - BBC Symphony Orchestra” folder to a second machine, and then follow these steps to authorise that machine.

As a Professional owner, does this mean I can have 6 serial numbers/versions of BBCSO libraries?

These libraries do not use serial numbers, and instead you get a limited number of resets/downloads in the Spitfire App. As these are all treated as separate products within the App, your authorisations remain the same.

IS THERE Upgrade pricing AVAILABLE IF I WANT TO UPGRADE FROM DISCOVER TO CORE, DISCOVER TO PROFESSIONAL OR CORE TO PROFESSIONAL?

Yes, the upgrade price is simply the price difference between the product you own and the product you are upgrading to, at the point of purchase. Add the library you want to purchase to your cart, and it will intelligently calculate your crossgrade price, based on what you own. Make sure you’re logged in first!

Upgrading from Discover to Core

Upgrading from Core to Pro

Comparing BBCSO, Abbey Road One and Albion ONE.

IS THIS PRODUCT AVAILABLE WITH AN EDUCATIONAL DISCOUNT?

Yes, this library will be available with an educational discount. Request your educational discount here. The Educational Discount will apply to the full RRP of the library, not the introductory offer, so any codes received during the promotional period will only “top up” the discount to 30%.

CAN I USE THIS LIBRARY ON MORE THAN ONE COMPUTER?

Yes, this is a single user license, but our EULA allows for installation on up to two computers at a time.

IF I WANT TO INSTALL THIS LIBRARY ON A SECOND COMPUTER, DO I HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN?

No, you can simply copy the “Spitfire Audio - BBC Symphony Orchestra” folder over and use the Repair feature in the Spitfire Audio App to ensure the plugin can find all the content that it needs.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF BUYING THE PRODUCT ON YOUR EXTERNAL SSD?

We recommend you buy the library on our 1TB External Solid State Drive, as the library is ~600GB. You can add this to your cart on the BBC Symphony Orchestra product page. The library will run directly from the external drive for instantly playability, saving space on your internal hard drive. The library is also available on our standard external hard drive which you can add to your cart at checkout, but it can be slower to load given the size of the library.

WHAT IS THE SSD MODEL?

The external SSD is a 1TB Samsung 860 EVO, housed in our bespoke Spitfire Audio hard case. For full specs, click here.

WHERE IS MY HARD DRIVE?

Once your SSD has been dispatched, you will receive a tracking number via email. Delivery times are next day for UK, 2-3 business days for Europe and 3-5 business days for international orders.

WHY IS BBCSO PROFESSIONAL IN YOUR OWN PLUGIN, AND WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Our own plugin is constantly evolving with new features and optimisations that aren’t possible in Kontakt. We can do more in depth sampling, and offer all 20 signal options without any risk of crashing. BBC Symphony Orchestra was originally 1.4TB, but we have compressed it to ~600GB in a lossless format, which compresses the data further than Kontakt sample files for perfect sample quality at smaller download sizes. We also give you Global Memory Sharing, meaning you’ll only ever load one version of a sample into RAM, and the modulators react much more quickly. 

HOW DOES YOUR DEDICATED PLUGIN WORK?

Our dedicated plugin libraries work as standalone instruments in your DAW, meaning that no serial number is provided and the authorisation process happens during your download. We provide an AU, VST2, VST3 and an AAX, so as long as your chosen DAW supports one of those plugin formats, you’re good to go.

WHAT’S IN THE LEGATO PATCHES?

Each of the main instruments (leader and group) includes a legato patch. The strings legato patches include both portamento and slurred transitions, as well as short notes, for a more agile, varied performance. The flute and piccolo ‘Extended’ legato patches include normal slurred transitions, fast run transitions and short staccato notes, all in one patch.

I bought BBC Symphony Orchestra before April 2020, why does the Spitfire Audio App now call it BBC Symphony Orchestra Professional?

Upon the release of Core and Discover, we’ve now updated the base release as Professional. The library content remains the same, and as an owner of Professional you will be granted both Core and Discover free of charge. 

IF I OWN BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, WILL I RECEIVE CORE AND DISCOVER FOR FREE?

Yes! Core and Discover will automatically appear in your Spitfire App under BBC Symphony Orchestra on release.

I OWN BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PROFESSIONAL, WHY CAN’T I SEE CORE AND DISCOVER IN MY SPITFIRE APP?

You’ll find these downloads available within the BBC Symphony Orchestra page in the App by clicking on the artwork and scrolling down. 

WHERE CAN I SEE A FULL WALKTHROUGH AND MORE VIDEOS?

All of our BBC Symphony Orchestra tutorial videos — including our main overview and walkthroughs for each section of the orchestra — can be found on this page.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND SPITFIRE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA?

BBC Symphony Orchestra sample library, presented in its own dedicated plugin, has been recorded at the world famous Maida Vale Studio 1, London. This space has a tighter, more controlled sound than many other large hall spaces, and a professional scoring stage used by the BBC for many of its famous performances, from the BBC SO to The Beatles, Hendrix and Bowie, to name a few. The BBC SO has been performing and touring the world since the 1930s. Priding themselves on their live performances, these world class players are one of the most respected orchestras in the world. Their sound offers a precise cohesion and polished performances unlike any other.

Spitfire Symphony Orchestra (SSO), presented in 3 Kontakt plugins: Strings, Brass & Woodwinds, is recorded at the home of film scoring — The Hall at AIR Studios — a rich, natural sounding hall space. Best known for its famous score recordings including the Harry Potter films, Inception, the Batman trilogy, Life of Pi, Isle of Dogs, Paddington 2, and many more. The orchestra is made up of London’s finest session musicians, known for their work with best composers (Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Harry Gregson-Williams and more) on many blockbuster films, AAA Games and hit TV shows. A definitive, professional level orchestral anthology, SSO gives you a realistic, cinematic blockbuster sound.

Click here to find out more.

WHEN DOES THE LATEST OFFER END FOR BBCSO PROFESSIONAL?

CAN I USE THIS LIBRARY ON MORE THAN ONE COMPUTER?

Yes, this is a single user license, but our EULA allows for installation on up to two computers at a time.

IF I WANT TO INSTALL THIS LIBRARY ON A SECOND COMPUTER, DO I HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN?

No, you can simply copy the “Spitfire Audio - BBC Symphony Orchestra” folder over and use the Repair feature in the Spitfire Audio App to ensure the plugin can find all the content that it needs.

HOW DOES YOUR DEDICATED PLUGIN WORK?

Our dedicated plugin libraries open directly in your DAW, meaning that no serial number is provided and the authorisation process happens during your download. We provide an AU, VST2, VST3 and an AAX, so as long as your chosen DAW supports one of those plugin formats, you’re good to go.

IF I OWN CORE, WILL I RECEIVE DISCOVER FOR FREE?

Yes, it will automatically appear in your Spitfire App.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CORE AND SPITFIRE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA?

BBC Symphony Orchestra sample library, presented in its own dedicated plugin, has been recorded at the world famous Maida Vale Studio 1, London. This space has a tighter, more controlled sound than many other large hall spaces, and a professional scoring stage used by the BBC for many of its famous performances, from the BBC SO to The Beatles, Hendrix and Bowie, to name a few. The BBC SO has been performing and touring the world since the 1930s. Priding themselves on their live performances, these world class players are one of the most respected orchestras in the world. Their sound offers a precise cohesion and polished performances unlike any other.

Spitfire Symphony Orchestra (SSO), presented in 3 Kontakt plugins: Strings, Brass & Woodwinds, is recorded at the home of film scoring — The Hall at AIR Studios — a rich, natural sounding hall space. Best known for its famous score recordings including the Harry Potter films, Inception, the Batman trilogy, Life of Pi, Isle of Dogs, Paddington 2, and many more. The orchestra is made up of London’s finest session musicians, known for their work with best composers (Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Harry Gregson-Williams and more) on many blockbuster films, AAA Games and hit TV shows. A definitive, professional level orchestral anthology, SSO gives you a realistic, cinematic blockbuster sound.

Click here to find out more.

WHEN DOES THE INTRODUCTORY OFFER END FOR BBCSO CORE?

I have filled in the survey, where is my free copy of BBC Discover?

You can check the status of your application here

CAN I USE THIS LIBRARY ON MORE THAN ONE COMPUTER?

Yes, this is a single user license, but our EULA allows for installation on up to two computers at a time.

IF I WANT TO INSTALL THIS LIBRARY ON A SECOND COMPUTER, DO I HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN?

No, you can simply copy the “Spitfire Audio - BBC Symphony Orchestra” folder over and use the Repair feature in the Spitfire Audio App to ensure the plugin can find all the content that it needs.

WHY IS BBCSO DISCOVER IN YOUR OWN PLUGIN, AND WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Our own plugin is constantly evolving with new features and optimisations that aren’t possible in Kontakt. We can do more in depth sampling without any risk of crashing, and can also compress it to create perfect sample quality at smaller download sizes. 

Why would I pay if I can get it for free?

At Spitfire Audio we support our musicians by paying them royalties on the products we sell, as well as any initial costs at all recordings, so any revenue made from this product will help fund the musicians who feature on the library.

HOW DOES YOUR DEDICATED PLUGIN WORK?

Our dedicated plugin libraries work as standalone instruments in your DAW, meaning that no serial number is provided and the authorisation process happens during your download. We provide an AU, VST2, VST3 and an AAX, so as long as your chosen DAW supports one of those plugin formats, you’re good to go.

I’VE INSTALLED DISCOVER AND IT’S NOT SHOWING UP IN MY DAW.

You may not have installed the BBCSO Plugin, which is separate to the Discover/Core download. You can follow these steps for a step-by-step on the install process.

bbc sYMPHONY ORCHESTRA pROFESSIONAL

MAC
Mac OS X 10.10-10.15 or later Minimum: 2.8GHz i5 minimum (quad-core), 8GB RAM. Recommended: 2.8GHz I7 (six-core), 16GB RAM. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

WINDOWS
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit) Minimum: Intel 2.8 GHz i5 (quad-core) or AMD Ryzen 5. Recommended: Intel 2.8 GHz i7 (six-core) or AMD R7 2700. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

bbc sYMPHONY ORCHESTRA core

MAC
Mac OS X 10.10-10.15 or later Minimum: 2.8GHz i5 minimum (quad-core), 8GB RAM. Recommended: 2.8GHz I7 (six-core), 16GB RAM. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

WINDOWS
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit) Minimum: Intel 2.8 GHz i5 (quad-core) or AMD Ryzen 5. Recommended: Intel 2.8 GHz i7 (six-core) or AMD R7 2700. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

bbc sYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DISCOVER

MAC
Mac OS X 10.10-10.15 or later Minimum: 2.8GHz i5 minimum (quad-core). Recommended 4GB RAM. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

WINDOWS
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit) Minimum: Intel 2.8 GHz i5 (quad-core) or AMD Ryzen 5. Recommended: 4GB RAM. Machine must be connected to the internet during install.

Sours: https://www.spitfireaudio.com/info/faq/bbc-symphony-orchestra/
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