Developer Igor Vasiliev has updated SoundScaper experimental sound mini lab to version 1.7.
The update significantly expands functionality of oscillators, including: enhanced noise control, different kinds of distortions based on simulations of unstable work of clock and pulse-width modulation modules, amplitude modulation, new possibilities of controls by the trigger and frequency modulation for the final mangling of samples.
Here’s what’s new in SoundScaper 1.7:
- Ready-to-use oscillator presets.
- New user interface of oscillator control panel.
- Improved internal sound engine.
- Amplitude modulation of output signal.
- Sine and triangle waveforms of amplitude modulation.
- Change PWM carrier frequency for more lofi effect.
- Simulate degradation of PWM circuits / decrease bit depth.
- Control of unstability of oscillator clock.
- Three types of generated noise like the real circuits.
- Additional control for level of noise.
- Two range individual LFO for modulation of clock frequency.
- Frequency modulation by output signal from other oscillators.
- Added the mode when trigger waits end of sample playback.
- Trigger can shift bits on address lines.
- Reverse shift mode of bits on address lines
- Improved presets / samples list in the oscillator panel.
- Button for preview sample in the list.
- Added samples in built-in library.
SoundScaper 1.7 is available for US $9.99 in the App Store.
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