Subatomic Software has updated Audulus to version 1.5.2, an important update for its modular synthesis app for OS X.
"We've addressed the number-one user request," explains W. Taylor Holliday, Founder of Subatomic Software. "Power users with many Plug-ins were finding that the radial menu would not fit in the screen. So, for the Plug-ins menu we now use a standard pop-up menu."
Version 1.5.2 also improves the Audio Unit version so it can run as a software instrument in more hosts. "Users will now be able to use Audulus as a software instrument in Ableton Live – another frequent request," says Holliday.
Audulus now comes with two Audio Unit Plug-ins: one as an effect, and another as a software instrument.
With Audulus, users can build synthesizers, design new sounds, or process audio. All with low latency, real-time processing suitable for live performance. Connect a MIDI keyboard, or use Audulus as a guitar pedalboard.
Audulus 1.5.2 updates:
- Uses standard pop-up menu to handle large collections of Plug-ins.
- Improves Audio Unit compatibility.
- Improves OS X 10.8 compatibility for the Audio Unit version.
- Reduces CPU usage of the Oscillator node.
Audulus is available on the Mac App Store for $29.99. For more information, visit audulus.com