Ross Bencina has released AudioMulch 2.1 (http://www.audiomulch.com), an update of the app that brings the interactive music studio to the Mac. The new version — which works with Mac OS X 10.4 or higher — invites users to explore new rhythmic possibilities, extend AudioMulch with Audio Unit plugins on Mac OS X, and control the mix with built-in dynamics processing.
AudioMulch is designed for musical audio processing, composition, and performance. Its modular patcher-style user interface promotes an improvisational approach to music making. The software offers a range of built in sound processing and audio mangling tools along with parameter control capabilities that include time line automation, a MIDI control mapping system and the Metasurface multi-parameter controller.
After 10 years of running exclusively on Windows, entry into the Mac market is a significant step for AudioMulch, says AudioMulch developer and owner Ross Bencina. The software costs $189. Version 2.1 is a free update for registered users of version 2.0.