Cumulus is available from the physical DVD version of Computer Music Magazine.
It's a granular sampler, run by a sequencer. The sequencer has 8 playable scenes, you can play one scene at a time. Each scene is a location within the sample, plus 12 parameters such as pitch, speed, size and jitter.
I really like the user interface, there's a different color for each scene, and you can easily see how the sequence proceeds through the scenes.
Yes, 1.1.3 is the latest version. There is, however, a newer Mac installer that still uses the same version, but has up to date certificates so you won't get Gatekeeper warnings when installing. If you haven't seen these warnings, then you're up to date. (And if you do, drop me a PM and I'll send you the update.).
I just bought an issue for $2.49 off Google Playstore from my phone, and when I got home I quickly registered it then downloaded 1 zip file with over a gig of free instruments and another with other a gig of free effects. It's lame to think things should be %100 free.
CM be like "Hey you can have my car, just do me a favor and buy me a slice of pizza." And you're over hear talking about the nerve lol.
Great interface. Love the markers and waveform zoom. Not as useful as I had hoped. I wanted aggressive envelopes that would only play a single section of the sample. Like a rex file player but allows you to move the markers. Maybe less focus on grains and more on tempo synced pitch envelopes and loop effects. Anyway, might be fun with pads and synth parts.