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Subatomic Software updates Audulus to v2.7 and releases for iPhone (All versions Half Price for Limited Time)
22nd April 2014

Subatomic Software has updated Audulus, the minimalist modular software synthesizer and effects processor for Mac OS X and iOS, to v2.7, which adds support for iPhone with a user interface specifically updated for iPhone. This is free for all users of the iPad version of Audulus. In-app purchases made in the Audulus Store on iPad will carry over to iPhone.

"iPhone support takes Audulus to the next level of portability," says Audulus developer W. Taylor Holliday. "Finally, musicians have an advanced modular synthesizer they can use to patch anything, anywhere."

Audulus 2.7 improves the accuracy of the pinch-to-zoom gesture. A new connection gesture pans and zooms, easing the connecting of modules on the smaller iPhone screen. Audulus 2.7 also updates the patch browser with the ability to search for patches by name, as well as collapse patch thumbnails to accommodate the smaller iPhone screen.

New in Audulus for iOS 2.7:

New in Audulus for Mac 2.7:

Pricing & Availability

Audulus for iOS can be used as a stand-alone instrument or in conjunction with Audulus for Mac, for a round-trip workflow between platforms. Users can begin a patch on one platform and finish it on another – iPad, iPhone or Mac – since Audulus syncs user patches via iCloud.


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