Audulus 1.9 for iPad: What’s New
from Taylor Holliday
Here’s what’s new:
- New Redesigned Patch Browser. View 9 patches at a time.
- Multi-selection. Tap to toggle node selection. Tap on the background to deselect all.
- Copy/Paste. A global clipboard allows copying between patches.
- Support for Sub-Patches. Group nodes and reuse patches.
Audulus on the Mac App Store:
Of course you want another theremin app on your iPhone right? Right! And this one’s free. Here are the details …
Free for a limited introductory period.
Vintage Electro–Theremin, Onassis Martino style synth.
This app captures the magic of early classic slider controlled synthesisers such as the Ondes-Martenot (1928) Trautonium (1929) and Tannerin/electro-theremin (1950s)
The E Theremin has three oscillators that generate a rich fat analogue tone, with a choice of 4 waveforms (saw, square, triangle and sine) octave shift and amp control. The E Theremin can achieve portamento, vibrato and quarter-tones with precise control. 4 presets allow you to store your sounds and jump quickly between them during performance.
– Ideal for professionals looking for an alternative to the keyboard controlled synth.
– Great for anyone interested in synthesizers, particularly early analogue.
In 1928 Maurice Martenot created one of the first electronic musical instruments, entitled; the Ondes-Martenot, the prerunner to the theremin, similar in sound but with a very different type of user interaction, an inspiring slider on a cord was used. Later in the 1950s Paul Tanner invented the Tannerin a.k.a. Electro Theremin. The Tannerin used the same slider controls as the Ondes-Martenot to control pitch. The Tannerin went on to play a large role in records such as The Beach Boys “Good Vibrations”.
- Three oscillators (osc2 unison)
- 4 waveforms
- 3 octave slide control
- Fat analogue sound
- Jump between 4 user presets
- Classic slider pitch control
- Retina GUI
Grab it before it goes up to regular price!
If you want to know a bit more about what’s coming to MIDI Pattern Sequencer, have a look here to see what’s on the road map.
The following three goodies:
- Sending CC/RPN/NRPN automation for tracks.
- More quick and convenient way to create drum pattern.
- Velocity for the drum event (now it’s only accented).
Arpeggionome Pro is still 25% off but today’s the last day. The current price is $14.99