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App History

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Version 0.3
Jul 09, 2019
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Version 0.2
Jul 06, 2019
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New App: $0.0, v0.1
Jul 05, 2019

Other apps by Thomas Burns

iTunes Description:

Spectrum is a collection of Audio Unit ports of popular eurorack synthesizer modules.

To use Spectrum, load the Audio Units in your DAW or AU host of choice, like Audiobus, GarageBand or AUM. The app itself makes no sound.

Included are:

Spectrum - Multi-mode 8-voice polyphonic oscillator featuring 14 high quality oscillator algorithms

Modal - Modal synthesis. Bowed, Blowed, and Struck sounds through a 64-band resonator. Also included as an effect.

Resonator - 7 beautiful string generation algorithms. Also included as an effect

Granular - Granular sampler, looper, pitch shifter, reverb effect.

Each audiounit also features:
- modulation LFO
- modulation ADSR envelope
- XY touchpad (except on Modal)
- 2-source modulation matrix allowing for complex and evolving patches.
- MIDI CC control of parameters
- Loadable as an AudioUnit effect (except Spectrum)

Spectrum contains DSP code provided under the MIT open source license by Mutable Instruments.

What's new in v0.3

FIXED in 0.3:
- resonator and modal instruments work again in garageband
- added short names
- XY pad modulation from MIDI or AU updates GUI
- MIDI CC list updated
- volume modulation is interpolated, and now works in clouds (for example modulating env -> level)

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