With Audulus, you can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio. All with low latency real-time processing suitable for live performance. Audulus’s user interface is designed to be easy to learn, allowing you to focus on sound.
Here’s what’s new in Audulus 1.5:
- Added support for Audio Unit Software Instruments!
- We’re phasing out support for the .amp file format. Added new .audulus file format. Please update your patches to the new format.
- Added 7 new examples!
- Inputs and outputs are now circular to show the their entire interaction region.
- New compact UI for the Osc node.
- Added Sample & Hold node.
- Added Reverb node.
- Improved Delay node: added mix and feedback knobs.
- Added Seq16 16-step sequencer node.
- Improved Filter node UI. Now shows cutoff frequency while dragging.
- Updated cutoff frequency response curve for better low-frequency accuracy. Hold shift while dragging to fine-tune the cutoff frequency.
- Now always show CPU load.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.
- Audio Unit hosting – use your favorite plugins
- fluid interface – smooth animated interaction
- MIDI control – use your control surface or MIDI keyboard
- presets – quickly change between settings
- unlimited history – everything you do is stored
- polyphony – process multiple voices
- encapsulation – group nodes into sub-patches
- diverse nodes – from ADSR to ZeroCross
- audio unit version – run Audulus as an Audio Unit inside other apps (free download)
To give you a better idea of what you can do with Audulus, Holliday created this demo of how to create a subtractive synth from scratch with Audulus:
Audulus 1.5 is available now in the Mac App Store.