Jap.... Endless row of possibilities to create any imaginable (and unimaginable) sound. In fact this is a 4-synth-unit, a really big machine. Running a single Osc and comparing it to.. let's say Sylenth I noticed that this one has a real digital sound which does not really change running several more Osc all on analog mode. But it has so much creative possibilities. I don'T know how much Waveforms any Osc provides, 40 ? 50 ? Countless ways of modulation, 3 LFO's, Insert FXs for all 4 Stages and a Master-FX... this is a true digital beast, a real king of class, I recommend it as must-have.
This is the choice for beginners. Easy to step in. Great lead sounds, really nice filters and FXs. Great presets and much of them. This one is the ruler in his section. You are able to start from zero with his huge preset banks where he shows his incredible sound. Note that Sylenth is in my opinion not really made for athmospheric soundscapes, Leads, SFXs and Arps, I forgot basslines are what it is made for.
This plug sounds incredible good, but, as I am not really a sounddesigner I prefer starting with presets tweaking them to my needs. Nuklear does not have much of them. OK, that is not really frustrating. but in the factory bank i found one that totally overran my CPU which is an i7-3770. 1 instance of Nuklear with the one wrong preset made my PC lay down. For 170 bucks it is a no-go. In my opinion there are better deals at this price. This thing is nice to have but I prefer ElectraX or Razor and like this I would recommend to nearly everyone.
Well...... 99 Euros for a 3 Osc monofonic synth.... that must be a joke, ore a damned good machine. It is a damned good machine. This little beast is sounding like a hardware minimoog. exactly. You now can go and order your plugin-lib and throw everything away that has soimething to do with Moog. Here you have it, nowhere else.