Audulus is a 'node'-based environment, where low-level components (said nodes) are connected to produce custom-made instruments and effects. It's really a programming language wrapped in user-friendly graphics, but its clean, attractive and reasonably intuitive interface makes it a lot quicker and easier to build your own devices with than most of its contemporaries.
Audulus boasts a wide range of nodes. All of the basics are covered and then some, familiar modules including Oscillator (four waveforms), ADSR envelope, Noise Generator, Sample and Hold, Mixer, MIDI Keyboard and Trigger. There are plenty of effects and also a sample player.
Modular synths have never been easy, but Audulus comes as close to being so as any ever has. Building instruments and effects with it is simple and rewarding, making it ideal for newcomers to the world of modular synthesis and demanding patchcord masters alike.45 Stars
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