de la Mancha Releases Scylla – Sampler-Synth For Windows
The nutters at de la Mancha have released Scylla, a new hybrid sampler/synthesizer for Windows.
Co-developed with Singing Crane, who also collaborated with de la Mancha on Octav8r, Scylla is a VST instrument that combines sample playback with subtractive synthesis to produce a wide variety of sonic possibilities. 3 samplers and 3 different types of oscillators allow many forms of sound design, including wavetable, granular, sample looping, phase distortion, morphing and spectral synthesis. More spice is added with granulizing, ring modulation and all the (un)usual envelopes, LFOs and filter options
Included in the package are 165 original samples, including single waveforms, tuned loops and diverse recordings. The default bank of 128 presets by brian botkiller cover leads, basses, pads and fx. If you want to go really nutty, you can also load your own samples in Scylla and use the built-in custom looping, granular playback and other sampler options to make new sounds out of old ones
de la Mancha’s Scylla is available now for Windows and will set you back $24 beans. More information on de la Mancha Scylla.