Twisted Tools releases Scapes for Reaktor

Twisted Tools Scapes

Twisted Tools has released Scapes, an effects processor and sound generator for Native Instruments Reaktor.

With Scapes you can create high quality and unique soundscapes, rhythms and sound effects perfectly suited for use in music, film and game audio. You can easily connect it to your favorite hardware controller or iPad and immediately have fun.

Scapes features

  • 6 independent delays in one interface.
  • Independent controls and granular controls per delay.
  • Sources: External, Impulse, Noise, Saw, Self-Osc. Sine, Square, Tri).
  • Playable via MIDI with familiar synth style controls.
  • 35 scale settings for oscillators, delay time and grain pitch.
  • Advanced modulation routing with four modulation sequencers.
  • Independent modulation speed and length per mod sequencer.
  • 6-voice gate sequencer.
  • Over 190 presets.
  • 220mb sample library.
  • Kore and Maschine Templates.
  • Connectivity with iPad Apps coming soon.
  • Time-stretching sample playback system.
  • Sample content by: Antonio Blanca, D’arcangelo, Glitchmachines, Josh Hinden, Richard Devine, Rishab Bhrajan, Tembu (Bay Dawgz), Timonkey .
  • Extensive Documentation.
  • Free Version Updates.

Scapes for Reaktor 5.15 or higher (compatible with Reaktor 5.5) is available to purchase for $49 USD.

More information: Twisted Tools / Scapes

  • http://www.loopyc.com Loopy C

    Fantastic ensemble!

    It’s a real testament to their ingenuity that I was able to quickly find my own sounds with it, it will probably be my main ‘goto’ rhythm generator for minimal glitch explorations for the foreseeable future ;-) A great ‘tactile temporal texture maker’

    Not to discount the numerous other applications of course, just a quick experimental probing of the FX possibilities was also quite impressive.

    The ‘Random’ and ‘Variation’ settings are incredibly well thought out and implemented, one can dial in any manner of linear movements from complete static, subtle morphing, to complete freak out!

    Overall, this ensemble seems to have several identities, all of which at first glance would seem to hold it’s own vast landscape of inspirations…another great ‘twist’ ;D

  • http://rekkerd.org ronnie

    @Loopy C, thanks sharing your first impressions. It looks fantastic indeed, I will have to find some time to give this a good spin.

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