AudioMulch permite hacer música con una amplísima gama de sonidos, módulos y procesos con los que obtener una asombrosa música en vivo. AudioMulch está diseñada para actuaciones e improvisación en vivo, puedes procesar las fuentes de audio en vivo y controlar cada mando y control deslizante de la interfaz de usuario mediante un controlador MIDI.

Trabaja de una forma semejante a la de alguno los ambientes de programación basados en patcher, con los módulos de AudioMulch 2.2.4 puedes realizar funciones musicales de alto nivel, sin tener que pelearte directamente con osciladores o filtros musicales.

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AudioMulch 2.2.4 para Mac está diseñado especialmente para la improvisación de música nueva, distinta y que quizás no vuelva a sonar igual nunca.

AudioMulch es para procesar música en directo partiendo de sonidos MIDI, de tu voz. Desde luego es un programa de alto nivel que no todo el mundo sabe manejar, pero conociéndolo a fondo, se pueden hacer verdaderas maravillas musicales.



Important Note: Due to changes made to the SSpat contraption in the 2.2.0 release, documents saved with AudioMulch 2.2 (or later) that use SSpat will not load correctly in AudioMulch 2.1. Users who wish to continue using these documents with AudioMulch 2.1 are advised to make backup copies for use with AudioMulch 2.1 before saving them with AudioMulch 2.2.

Fixed LoopPlayer bug where a muted LoopPlayer would sometimes start unmuted until the beginning of the next bar. This happened if a document was first played starting from anywhere other than the start of a bar (including when synced to MIDI or Network Sync).
Fixed extremely distorted audio when using over-unity floating point sound files in some contraptions (e.g. LoopPlayer).
Fixed LiveLooper crash when creating very short loops.
Fixed LiveLooper assertion failure crash "Assertion failed: (state_ == RECORDING)" if automation or MIDI control tried to clear a track while it was recording.
Fixed intermittent LiveLooper assertion failure crash "Assertion failed: (nextRecordTrack_ == 0)" when all tracks were empty.
Fixed AudioUnit hosting bug: sliders in the generic editor were not updating when parameters were changed using the custom editor or automation.
Fixed Network Chase Sync bug where tempo could sometimes become unstable (even after resetting sync by toggling enable audio off and on again).
Fixed rare crash in automation graphics rendering triggered by MIDI and/or Network Chase Sync bug(s) above.
Windows: fixed issue where no audio devices were listed if any ASIO device returned an error at startup. The MOTU "MOTU PCI Video ASIO" device was triggering this behavior when not connected and powered on.