SoundScaper For iPad Updated

SoundScaper – an experimental sound mini lab for iPad – has been updated.

SoundScaper is an experimental sound mini lab for creating unusual soundscapes, atmospheric textures, drones, glitches and noises based on circuit bending ideas.

Here’s what’s new in SoundScaper 1.1:

  • Advanced control panel for all faders and rotary knobs opened by double tap.
  • Simple automation of changing values in advanced control panels.
  • Advanced control panels for filter and delay modules
  • New delay module with a smooth change of time.
  • Additional low-pass and high-pass filters for delay.
  • Phase shift mode for each channel in delay module.
  • Changing oscillator without closing oscillator control panel.
  • Mute and Solo mode for each oscillator.
  • Option to generate oscillator parameters without changing current sample.
  • Possibility to create new empty scene in the scenes manager.
  • Additional samples in built-in samples library.
  • Built-in description updated.
  • Minor bug fixes.

SoundScaper is available for US $6.99 in the App Store.

If you’ve used SoundScaper, share your thoughts on it!

7 thoughts on “SoundScaper For iPad Updated

  1. This is easily one of the best iPad music apps ever. I don’t know what I’m doing with it half the time (or more) but it still makes some great evolving noise. The dev is also responsive to input which is always a plus. I’ve paid a lot more for other apps and got a lot less out of them.

    1. +1 Amazingly fun app to play around with. Well worth the great price for it. Looking forward to playing around with some of those new features.

  2. I love this app. So fun to play with it and get good evolving songs. However, it seems difficult to me to obtain different kind of sound. All sounds good, but also all sounds very similar. Let’s see what happens with this update.

  3. The key with Soundscaper is using your own samples PSGirl.

    For example, I took a melodic sequence from Jeux d’orgues Mini and ran it through Soundscaper to get something that evolved differently.

  4. Awesome update to an awesome app.

    I know SoundScaper doesn’t really need midi, and that there’s a beauty to the complex simplicity of the UI, however, it would be very useful if the ‘Address Circuit Enable’ and ‘Trigger’ in the oscillator control page could each be toggled with a simple on/off CC of 0-63 / 64-127. An additional midi learn for the rest of the parameters could allow even further explorations in sonic freedom.

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