Plugin Boutique – Scaler v1.7 (VSTi) [Win x64]

By | April 16, 2019


Year / release date : 3.3.2019
Version : 1.7
Developer : Plugin Boutique
Developer website : Plugin Boutique
Format : VSTi
Digit capacity : 64bit
Tabletka : cured
System Requirements :
Windows 7 and later (32 and 64-bit compatible)

Description : Scaler is a unique and inspirational MIDI effect instrument that makes chord and progressions search intuitive and interesting! Thanks to the definition of the notes, the choice of scales and the suggestion of chords, the Scaler is a comprehensive, yet at the same time easy to use tool that will help everyone create better music. The first of its kind, Scaler can determine the pitch and scale of your work, and offer chords that suit your music. With a built-in bank of more than 1,700 scales and tonalities, including genres and presets from artists, the Scaler offers just enough to maintain inspiration.

Scaler 1.7 Compatibility
FL Studio 12 – OK
FL Studio 20 – OK (MIDI routing available from VST2 only)
Cubase 9.5 – OK
ProTools 12.8 – OK
Studio One 3 – OK
Studio One 4 – OK
Ableton Live 9 – OK
Ableton Live 10 – OK
Reaper – OK
Bitwig Studio 2 – OK
Maschine 2 – OK – No MIDI Routing: Use Blue Cat Audio Patchwork for MIDI Routing
Reason – OK – No MIDI Routing: Use the Blue Cat Audio Patchwork for MIDI Routing

What’s new:
Scaler 1.7 introduces several options, enhancements and bug fixes. There are 30 new blues, and newss. You can now preview the chord. Scaler 1.7 also includes expansion by adding the 7th, 9th, 11th and 11th levels.
30 New Chord Sets – Blues, Latin & Bossa Nova
5 New Bass Tunings – Fretboard now supports bass tunings with 4.5 and 6 strings.
Overloading the chord sets and the melodic minor scales.
Re-Detect from builder – Find out what scale your progression is.
Preview chord sets – Play through one click.
Copy-to-Builder – Move all chords from a progression to a text editor.
Diatonic chords improvements – Quickly navigate between triads, 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th chords of any scale.
Improved chord naming – More chord definitions and simplification of existing chord names for improved readability.
Small screen support – Allow smaller UI resizing to support lower screens and resolutions.
Bug fixes and performance improvements

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