Free Effect Plugin For Mac, Windows – SoundScaper II

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HG Sounds has released Soundscaper 2 – a free effect plugin for Mac & Windows:

SoundScaper is versatile and great for comb effects, reverbs and endless delays. It is has been included in most of my synths over the last couple of years.

There are only a few presets at the moment, please feel free to send me some if you come up with any good ones. There are lots of randomizers as usual to make using SoundScaper a fun and creative experience! It is not advisable to use the plug in any active projects yet as it may change before official release, but I’d love to hear some feedback especially from Mac users.

If you give it a try, leave a comment with your thoughts on it.

Note: See synthfan’s note on Soundscaper’s beta status below.

4 thoughts on “Free Effect Plugin For Mac, Windows – SoundScaper II

  1. Not for me. What you forgot to mention is that this plugin isn't so much released; this is a beta version which is still in development. Eventually the idea of the author is to sell it.

    So I'm not getting into this. First of all I value the stability of my DAW too much, second; it feels kinda funny to beta test a product for free and thus helping the author finish up his commercial product. I might have been more interested if beta testers got a free version of the end product, or would have gotten a major discount or something.

  2. Not for me. What you forgot to mention is that this plugin isn't so much released; this is a beta version which is still in development. Eventually the idea of the author is to sell it.

    So I'm not getting into this. First of all I value the stability of my DAW too much, second; it feels kinda funny to beta test a product for free and thus helping the author finish up his commercial product. I might have been more interested if beta testers got a free version of the end product, or would have gotten a major discount or something.

  3. Not for me. What you forgot to mention is that this plugin isn't so much released; this is a beta version which is still in development. Eventually the idea of the author is to sell it.

    So I'm not getting into this. First of all I value the stability of my DAW too much, second; it feels kinda funny to beta test a product for free and thus helping the author finish up his commercial product. I might have been more interested if beta testers got a free version of the end product, or would have gotten a major discount or something.

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