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FieldScaper Update

FieldScaper, from Igor Vasiliev, was updated with new effects that you can add to your patches using a built-in step sequencer! We saw a somewhat baffling video of this last week, but now this makes a bit more sense. The update also adds a parametric EQ, and Ableton Link.

What's new in FieldScaper v2.0:

With this update you can add rhythmic effects and distortions with using built-in step sequencer. The sequencer and LFOs can be synced with other apps and devices thru MIDI, Inter-App Audio or with Ableton Link. New parametric equalizer can isolate or suppress oscillators output in a certain frequency range so that they not interfere each other. Also you can pack scene and all its presets and samples to single file. This new feature is very useful for copying scene to another device or backup.

All changes:

● Added new presets.
● Ableton Link start / stop sync.
● Step sequencer for each oscillator.
● Parametric equalizer for each oscillator.
● Signal amplification before filters and EQ.
● Automatic gain control of output for each oscillator.
● Synced Sequencer / LFOs with Ableton Link, IAA, MIDI.
● Pack scene and all its samples / presets to single file.
● Ableton Link SDK 3.0.2 updated.
● Audiobus SDK 3.0.5 updated.
● Built-in description updated.
● Several minor bugs were fixed.

Here is Igor Vasiliev demonstrating the new step-sequencer.

Reader Comments 1

Tim wrote: "We saw a somewhat baffling video of this last week, but now this makes a bit more sense."

I love Igor's apps but I'm still baffled.

They are fun apps to play with but to be honest I don't really know what I am doing most of the time.
July 16, 2018  | person_outline Simon

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