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Audulus 3

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iTunes Description:

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 clean, simple, and easy to learn, allowing you to focus on sound - now made easier than ever with nearly 100 built-in Eurorack-style modules.

▶ Winner of Electronic Musician Magazine Editor's Choice Award, 2017

"Audulus 3 out and is stunning!" - Richard Devine, devinesound.net
"Anybody into synthesis should check out Audulus on the iPad. Tweaker heaven." - Jordan Rudess
"Audulus is fantastic, a thinking man's synth." - UK App Store review
Rated "Killer App" on apps4idevices.com!

Praise for the Mac version:
"beautiful interface" - Peter Kirn, createdigitalmusic.com
"Love this App. It has one of the best UIs I've ever used." - USA Mac App Store review
"The biggidy bomb coolest most super tech-nerd fun times soft synth I've bought in recent times!" - Mac App Store Australia review
"Remarkable gesture control" - sequencer.de

▶ Visit the Audulus Forum for exciting FREE user-created patches! ◀

▶ Educational pricing available. For more information, see http://www.apple.com/education/volume-purchase-program/

▶ Key Features:

• Fluid Vector Interface - smooth animated interaction
• MIDI control - use your control surface or MIDI keyboard
• Polyphony - process multiple voices
• Diverse Nodes - from ADSR to ZeroCross
• Patch Browser - quickly flip through your patches
• 32-bit floating-point signal processing
• Fully Enhanced for Retina Display
• Unlimited Undo - full history stored in a patch
• Round-trip workflow with Audulus for Mac
• Virtual MIDI – control Audulus from your favorite MIDI app
• Audiobus support! - Runs as both an Input and Effect
• Sub-Patches - group and reuse nodes
• Universal Modulation - modulate any knob
• iCloud support - effortlessly sync patches between Mac and iPad
• Custom Nodes - build your own modules!
• Timing mode - figure out which nodes are using the most CPU!

▶ Featured Built-in Modules:

• 5ms Revolving Clock Divider
• Touch Feedback Clock
• Ms. Torsion Distortion
• Fibonacci Sequence
• Fab Five Rectifying LFO
• The Warpeggiator
• Scale Quantizer
• Cyclone Matrix Mixer
...and many more!

▶ Built-in Nodes:

• Virtual Analog Oscillator (4 classic waveforms)
• ADSR Envelope
• Noise Generator
• Mathematical Modules: Addition, Multiplication, Subtraction, Sine, Modulo
• Math expression module - 34 operation expression language
• Random Number Generator
• MIDI controlled Keyboard
• MIDI assignable trigger
• 16-Step Sequencer
• Delay
• Distortion
• Low Pass Filter
• Low Pass Filter with resonance
• High Pass Filter
• Feedback Delay
• Unit Delay
• DC Blocker
• Envelope Follower
• Pitch Shifter
• Constant Value
• Gain
• Mapper Curve
• Piecewise-linear Spline Curve
• Sample and Hold
• Crossfade
• 4-Channel Mixer
• Level Meter
• Value Meter
• Scrolling Waveform Meter
• Light
• RGB Light
• Input/Output
• Polyphonic to Monophonic signal mixer
• Polyphonic/Monophonic signal converters
• Multiplexer/Demultiplexers
• Sub-Patch
• Timer
• Zero-crossing Counter
• Text

▶ Recommended hardware: 4th Generation iPad or later. iPhone 5 or later.

Please don't hesitate to contact us at support at audulus dot com if you have any questions or need help.

What's new in v3.3.14

- Bug fixes.

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I can't seem to find the help within the app. However, I hope the help comes in the form of a bunch of video tutorials, or step by step guides just like the ones in Korg's System 15, because as cool as Audulus no doubt is I'm a complete amateur at this.
October 13, 2016  | person noodldoodl
On October 13, 2016 - @noodldoodl said:
I can't seem to find the help within the app. However, I hope the help comes in the form of a bunch of video tutorials, or step by step guides just like the ones in Korg's System 15, because as cool as Audulus no doubt is I'm a complete amateur at this.

Hey noodldoodl - there are a few in-app tutorials, and if you look inside the Clock module, you'll find the beginnings of new tutorial material where every patch will look at deeply detailed and explained as that is.

I just posted a new video tutorial on our YouTube page, but since Taylor made some late additions to the UI, I have to go back and revise a few of them. They will be uploaded in full by the end of the week. They are VERY step-by-step and hand-holding *without* being condescending and they do move very quickly - 30 minutes will get you from 0 to making your own custom patches, and beyond that you'll be able to do much more complex things.

If you're familiar with Eurorack-style patching, you'll be able to watch just one video and get started with the built-in modules.

I'm also always available at mark at audulus dot com for help over email - I usually get back to people in less than 24 hours and often within an hour! :)
October 13, 2016  | touch_app biminiroad
On October 13, 2016 - @biminiroad said:

Hey noodldoodl - there are a few in-app tutorials, and if you look inside the Clock module, you'll find the beginnings of new tutorial material where every patch will look at deeply detailed and explained as that is.

I just posted a new video tutorial on our YouTube page, but since Taylor made some late additions to the UI, I have to go back and revise a few of them. They will be uploaded in full by the end of the week. They are VERY step-by-step and hand-holding *without* being condescending and they do move very quickly - 30 minutes will get you from 0 to making your own custom patches, and beyond that you'll be able to do much more complex things.

If you're familiar with Eurorack-style patching, you'll be able to watch just one video and get started with the built-in modules.

I'm also always available at mark at audulus dot com for help over email - I usually get back to people in less than 24 hours and often within an hour! :)

Hi Mark, thanks for the swift reply. I shall definitely take a look at those videos as I'm very much wanting to get a grasp of the basics that will enable me to get off the ground floor, so to speak. I've noodled about with apps and VSTs for so long without ever stopping to think beyond the presets and Audulus is the opportunity I've been looking for to develop a more complete knowledge of synthesis. I shall keep a lookout for said videos and then be able to perhaps make a more informed review of Audulus on the app store.

kind regards,
Davey
October 13, 2016  | person noodldoodl
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