First of all, let me say, I think The guys at scaler have come up with a fantastic piece of software!
I am more and more amazed at what this program can do as I slowly start to learn how to use it.
I am a closet musician, songwriter, producer working with Reaper on a PC.
I work with a friend up north on song ideas that we email back and forth to completion.
We have written a bunch of songs and even created over a dozen videos that are on Youtube right now. After hearing about Scaler, I have watched many videos about it before I made the plunge and bought it because of all the things it can do. I plan on using it going forward with all our projects.
Now, 3 updates later after the purchase, I never dreamed that Scaler would be capable of doing all the things that it now can do!
Bass, Melodies, Strumming, Sequences, Performances, and more.
Now you have to admit, that these updates are truly AMAZING!
That being said, I have a couple of items that could be added that I feel would take it up many more notches.
I know this is only a “dream” list,
but here goes…
Note: All of these ideas start with “if it would be possible”
1 - Making Scaler a standalone program, so you can use it outside of your DAW to work on ideas.
2 - Adding a feature to add your own instruments or samples to use along with everything that Scaler can do.
3 - The ability to use Vst’s within Scaler in stand-alone mode.
4 - Drums. Even a basic kit (Bass, snare, closed and open hats, claps), with maybe some pre-made grooves with a way to have it play along while you add sections and get ideas.
5 - A way to render your project to mp3 or wav file to listen to while you are away from your computer.
I can almost envision Scaler becoming more than just a plugin to be used in a DAW to transfer ideas into, I would like to see Scaler becoming a DAW in its own right that would compete with and even surpass the big boys with all that Scaler brings to the table that the others can’t.
Sorry to be a bit long-winded, but I know the guys at Scaler like to hear from the users of their program
with ideas on how to improve on what they have created, if that is even possible.
Feel free to add some ideas of your own about what you would like to see in future updates.
Thanx again to Davide and the guys at Scaler for all their hard work with this program.