Video: Let’s Play with Audulus 3 – Part 2

Video description:

“This is a continuation of the patch made in my last video, available here: https://youtu.be/6cF3v0Nlfkc I continue to develop this ambient patch with the addition of some strings using a Karplus-Strong style of synthesis. If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/discchord

Be sure to visit http://discchord.com for the latest music app news!”

Video published by Tim Webb.

Audulus on the app store:

Video: Let’s Play with Audulus 3 (Patch Design & Commentary)

Video description:

“Audulus 3 is a monstrous modular synth, but it can also be a lot of fun! In this video I attempt to show you how to make a complex patch using simple building blocks. It’s February Album Writing Month, so I’m making a patch that will write a whole album for me. If you enjoyed this please consider supporting this series by sponsoring them on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/discchord

Video published by Tim Webb.

Audulus on the app store:

 

Video: afta8’s Techno Audulus Patch

Video description:

“Subscribe to afta8 on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/afta8films

Download afta8’s patch here – there is also an in-depth explanation of how the patch works there as well: http://forum.audulus.com/discussion/896/techno-track-#Item_1

Follow afta8 on Soundcloud:
https://soundcloud.com/afta8

Video published by Bimini Road.

Audulus on the app store:

Audulus tips, the first three anyway (on video)

Very handy these are too. I do hope that they keep coming. They’re just bite sized enough to be handy, but not so big that you get lost.

Audulus on the app store:

The rise of the modular on iOS continues, KQ MiniSynth arrives

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Well it probably comes as little surprise to you, it comes as only a small surprise to me that another modular joins the ranks of Audulus, Jasuto, zMors Modular, and AnalogKit. Modular is popular and people love it. So here’s KQ MiniSynth, and it’s universal too.

Here are the app’s details:

The maximum number of modules you can set is 100! ..Of course it depends on your device’s ability. You can install 10 Oscillators, make 10 series FM Modulators, and so on as you want.

  • External MIDI (e.g. iRig MIDI) is Supported.
  • Inter-App Audio is Supported.

This app implements the follow modules.

  • Oscillator
    • Oscillator Type A (Frequency Modulation)
    • Oscillator Type B (Pulse Width Modulation)
    • Super Saw Oscillator
    • Low Frequency Oscillator
    • White Noise Generator
  • Mixer/Amplifier
    • 4 Channel Mixer
    • Voltage-Controlled Amplifier
    • Sample-and-Hold Amplifier
    • Booster
  • Envelope/Logic
    • Envelope Generator Type A
    • Envelope Generator Type B
    • Inverting Circuit
    • Logical And (Series Switch)
    • Logical Or (Parallel Switch)
    • Maximum/Minimum Selector
  • Modulator
    • V/Oct Vibrator
    • Keyboard Level Scaling
    • Ring Modulator
  • Filter/Effector
    • Voltage-Controlled Filter (LPF/HPF/BPF/BEF)
    • Delay Effector
    • Reverb Filter
    • Compressor

The app was tested on iPod touch 4G, iPhone 5s, iPad 2, and iPad mini 3.
The Recommended Minimum Device: iPhone 5, iPad 2, or newer.

If you feel noisy or slow, try to decrease polyphony and increase buffer size on Settings.app.

The app costs $3.99 (£2.99) on the app store.

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