Audulus 2.6 adds three new nodes: FeedbackDelay, Mux8, and Demux8.
FeedbackDelay allows you to control where a delay occurs in a feedback loop. Because a feedback loop creates a circular dependency between nodes, a delay must be introduced. Audulus indicates where the delay is by showing a “z” on a delayed input. By inserting a FeedbackDelay node in a feedback loop, the delay will be moved to the FeedbackDelay node, allowing you to control precisely where the delay occurs.
Mux8 and Demux8 are 8-way multiplexers and demultiplexers (respectively). Mux8’s selector input (“sel”) controls which of the 8 inputs is routed to the output. Demux8’s selector input controls which of the 8 outputs receives the signal from the input. Both nodes are part of the new Switch Pack upgrade.
Audulus 2.5 adds a new in-app-purchase upgrade: Custom Nodes.
The Custom Nodes upgrade allows you to add customized user interface to Patch Nodes. A user interface element (Knob, Input, Ouptut, Filter Graph, etc.) in a sub-patch may be shown on the Patch Node by selecting “Expose” from the element’s context menu. An element’s position on the Patch Node is determined by its position in the sub-patch.
With the Custom Nodes upgrade, you can build the modular synth modules of your dreams, and beyond!
Audulus 2.4 adds support for storing patches with iCloud. This makes syncing patches between Mac and iPad effortless! iCloud can be switched on and off in the settings menu.
Audulus 2.3 soups up how sub-patches work with respect to polyphony. Now, sub-patches operate like visual groupings of nodes. This means that instead of the entire sub-patch being replicated per-voice, polyphonic connections are carried through. As a consequence, you can now have a sub-patch with monophonic input and polyphonic output (or vice versa).
Audulus 2.2 introduces the new AudioKernel™ engine, providing immediate improved performance (so you can build bigger more complex patches!) as well as a solid foundation for future performance improvements and new features. For a given patch, CPU load will be reduced by up to 35%.
Audulus 2.1 Released for iPad and Mac!
Audulus 2.1 introduces support for JACK on iPad, and 5 new nodes!
Audulus 2.0.1 brings a faster patch browser. Scrolling is always smooth and it can handle hundreds, if not thousands, of patches!
Audulus 2.0 Released for iPad and Mac.
Audulus 2.0 introduces a Math Expression Node, A Timing Mode, enhanced optimization, and a new Audulus Store.
Math. Timing. Speed.
The Math Expression Node and Timing Mode can be unlocked via the Audulus Store. To open the store, tap the Store button in the patch browser.
YESSSSS! 2.0 is out the door!
We’ve got some sweet new features to show you! Stay tuned.
With Audulus 1.10, you can modulate ANY KNOB!
Both iPad and Mac versions are updated!