Plugin Boutique releases Scaler 1.5 with new Fretboard Display & Strumming

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Plugin Boutique has released version 1.5 of its popular Scaler creative chord composer, a significant update that comes with a whole host of new user-requested features.

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Introducing the all-new Fretboard display, strumming feature and guitar presets designed to assist guitarists with performance and chord progressions. The all-new fretboard has been developed in conjunction with world-leading guitarist Joseph Greer, the lead guitarist for multi-award-winning indie rock outfit ‘The Temper Trap’.

In addition, Scaler 1.5 offers full chord editing and creation allowing the user to create thier own chords from scratch and adjust voicing of existing chords. There is a fully fledged arpeggiator, parallel harmony and relative chord generators and several new artist chord sets and sounds. All of these features and a new light skin brings Scaler to life.

Changes in Scaler v1.5

  • New UI Skin.
  • Multi Selection of Chords.
  • New Chord Sets (Cinematic, Joseph Greer, The Temper Trap, Mitekiss).
  • 32 Chord Progression.
  • New Sounds (String Ensemble, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonic Guitar).
  • Arpeggiator (3 patterns).
  • Strumming (3 profiles).
  • Parallel Harmony.
  • Chord Editing.
  • Guitar Fretboard Visualisation (with 20+ tunings).
  • Scale Lock.
  • Relative Chord Finder.
  • Undo-Redo in Progression.

Scaler for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/AAX) is available for £39.95 GBP.

More information: Plugin Boutique

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I really didn’t think Scaler was going to be my thing. It has become my number one used plugin. I use it when I am practicing Piano and now guitar and it is super handy to make sure I am playing the right chord when I am deep in some old Jazz lead sheet.

Can’t say enough great things about Scaler.