Audulus 3 now comes with nearly 100 Synth Modules arranged in the brand-new Module Library.
For Audulus Mac/Windows, users can also add and edit metadata from a pull-down menu, and the patches in the library are kept organized in menu subfolders.
Some other new features of Audulus 3 include a lasso tool, a new RGB light node with variable brightness, a pitch bend node, and a multi-line text node. Also, all meters are now exposable on sub-patch UIs.
Audulus 2.6 adds three new nodes: FeedbackDelay, Mux8, and Demux8.
FeedbackDelay allows you to control where a delay occurs in a feedback loop. Because a feedback loop creates a circular dependency between nodes, a delay must be introduced. Audulus indicates where the delay is by showing a "z" on a delayed input. By inserting a FeedbackDelay node in a feedback loop, the delay will be moved to the FeedbackDelay node, allowing you to control precisely where the delay occurs.
Mux8 and Demux8 are 8-way multiplexers and demultiplexers (respectively). Mux8's selector input ("sel") controls which of the 8 inputs is routed to the output. Demux8's selector input controls which of the 8 outputs receives the signal from the input. Both nodes are part of the new Switch Pack upgrade.
Audulus 2.5 adds a new in-app-purchase upgrade: Custom Nodes.
The Custom Nodes upgrade allows you to add customized user interface to Patch Nodes. A user interface element (Knob, Input, Ouptut, 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.
Custom nodes are made for sharing! Even if you haven't purchased the Custom Nodes upgrade, you can still use custom nodes built by others.
With the Custom Nodes upgrade, you can build the modular synth modules of your dreams, and beyond!
Also in 2.5:
Add new DSP node category.
Add DCBlocker node in DSP category - requested by forum user BTL.
Move HighPass and LowPass nodes to DSP category.
Make sync behavior consistent on all oscillators - thanks to forum user whitemix for pointing this out!