Audulus Now Available For iPhone

Developer Taylor Holliday has release a new version of Audulus for iOS, adding support for the iPhone.

Holiday has updated the UI to accommodate the iPhone’s screen, as demonstrated in the video above. And, while it runs on a device that you can carry in your pocket, it offers the same features and audio engine of Audulus for iPad and OS X, so you can share patches among your devices.

The update is free for existing Audulus for iPad users – and any in-app upgrades that you’ve purchased will work on the iPhone. Continue reading

Audulus 2.5 Update Lets You Build Your Own Uber-Modules

audulus-nodesDeveloper Taylor Holliday has updated his modular synth, Audulus, to version 2.5. The update adds a new option, Custom Nodes, that lets you build your own uber-modules:

The Custom Nodes upgrade allows you to add customized user interface to Patch Nodes. A user interface element (Knob, Input, Output, 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.

Here’s Holliday’s intro video: Continue reading

Audulus Update Lets You Sync Patches Wirelessly Via ‘The Cloud’

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. Continue reading

Audulus Update Lets You Create Advanced Polyphonic Modular Synth Patches

Developer Taylor Holliday has released Audulus 2.3 for iPad and Mac, updating the modular synth with new capabilities for creating polyphonic synth patches.

“Audulus is the only polyphonic modular synthesizer on iOS,” says Audulus developer Taylor Holliday. “And now with our souped-up polyphonic sub-patches in Audulus 2.3, we’re moving toward being able to express an entire polyphonic synthesizer within a sub-patch.” Continue reading