Developer Taylor Holliday has released Audulus 2.4 for iPad and Mac – an update to the software modular that lets you sync your patches wirelessly via ‘the cloud’.
The update adds support for iCloud. You put together an awesome modular patch in Audulus on your iPad and it syncs wirelessly to iCloud. When you’re back at your computer and open up Audulus, your patches from iCloud are available.
“Audulus is the only synth I know of that syncs patches via iCloud,” comments Holliday.
Audulus, a minimalist modular software synthesizer and effects processor, allows users to build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio with low latency, real-time processing suitable for live performance.
Audulus for iPad can be used as a stand-alone instrument, or in conjunction with Audulus for Mac, for a round-trip workflow between platforms.
Syncing via a ‘cloud-based’ web service is relatively new for music apps, so we’d be interested in any reader thoughts how this works with Audulus – and how you’d like to see this work in general.
Pricing and Availability.
For more information, visit the Audulus website.