De La Mancha Scylla synth goes free
De La Mancha announces that its Scylla virtual hybrid synth for Windows is now available as a freeware.
Scylla is a subtractive synth combined to a sample player that can generate a wide variety of sound ranging from pads to soundscapes, effects, leads and basses.
The synth includes three different types of oscillators and three samplers for WAV files with multiple playback mode (granular, wave table, sample or single hit).
You can also alter and modulate the audio by using two LFO, filter and volume envelopes, ring modulation and Unison. All the audio sources also feature volume, pan and tuning controls.
Scylla includes 96MB of samples and loops, 128 presets by Brian Botkiller and supports MIDI CC.
Scylla is a VST 32-bit plug-in for Windows only. You can download it for free or make a donation to the Cancer Research UK at delamanchavst.wordpress.com.
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