Modulince, new modular DAW on Mac
Modulince debuted a few days ago with an innovative DAW concept that blends audio, MIDI, modular design and C code editor, for $100.
Modulince gives you the ability to record and arrange any audio instrument and vocals like on a regular DAW, but thanks to its modular environment and its C coding capacities, you’ll be able to create your own instruments and audio modules and combine them like with a modular synth0
Modulince already includes a wide variety of modules, such as Beat, Delay, Chorus, Flanger, EQ, filters, reverb, granular synth, oscillators, sequencer, sampler, looper, limiter, VCA, pan, compressor, ring modulator and many others. Users with skills in C language can also design their own modules thanks to a built-in editor. Modules can generate sound, apply an effect or both.
Moduline also revisits the instrument concept, which becomes in the DAW a patch (group) containing audio modules and one or more tracks that serve as inputs to the patch.
Last, Modulince is MIDI, OSC and Leap Motion compatible, you can use the three types of controllers at the same time, with bidirectional communication.
Modulince is available for $100 on Mac OS X only. You can download a trial version from modulince.com.
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