de la Mancha has released version 1.01 of Scylla, a VST instrument capable of sample-playback combined with subtractive synthesis to produce a wide variety of sonic possibilities ranging from lush pads to far-out soundscapes and effects via scorching leads and chunky bass.
The update makes some of the knobs act exponentially rather than linearly, so there is more precision at lower values. The knobs that changed are all envelope knobs, filter cutoff, LFO cutoff and unison semi knobs
The update is compatible with projects and presets from v1.0
Scylla is available as a VST instrument for Windows for $24 USD. It is also available in a bundle with Octav8r for $38 USD (saving $10 USD). A demo version can be downloaded from the product page.
A new bank of 65 extra presets is available for existing customers at no cost from the product page as well.
Visit de la Mancha for more information.