Last updates :
20/02/05 : Musolomo available at plasq.com
06/10/04 : au303 1.04
09/05/04 : Speedster 1.0
30/04/04 : Speedster 1.0b2
04/04/04 : Speedster MusikMesse 2004 Preview is here
27/09/03 : au303 1.0
15/06/03 : au303 1.0b4
25/05/03 : First release of au303
09/02/03 : AudioUnit GUI SDK moved to sourceforge : http://augui.sourceforge.net/
To install the AudioUnits, just copy the "xxx.component" folder to
Here are the AudioUnits currently available :
- Airy's AudioUnit
GUI SDK :
is not a AudioUnit, but the SDK used for building my graphical
interfaces. This will only interest AudioUnits developers.
Starting with 1.3 version, the files will be available at Sourceforge
project homepage :
UPDATED 09/02/03 : 1.3 beta new controls, a few enhancement
to the existing one
UPDATED 24/11/02 : 1.2 controls enhanced, color
UPDATED 11/11/02 : 1.11 background drawing routine correct.
multi-picts control enhanced
09/11/02 : 1.1 background bug with LogicAudio corrected,
new control added
The latest version is available via CVS on sourceforge :
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/augui login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/augui co
All the AudioUnits are periodically updated with latest version of the
: a very basic synth., with a vowel filter
Noise generator added and gain correction on filter added (stolen from
Sample code updated with latest SDK
Sample code enhanced with background picture handling and knob control
and some bugs corrected
Sorry, not a lot a new interesting things for musicians...
(corrupted archive corrected)
AirySynth and its source code
- au303 : a
TB-303-like kind of toy
1.04 : Compatible with Live 4 and Logic 7
1.0 : MIDI learn, new GUI, bug fixes
1.0b4 : new expander mode, bug fixes
- Speedster : a
pitchshifter, timestretcher, spatial separator
Most of Speedster magic come from Stephan Bernsee (pitchshifting part),
available at The DSP Dimension
and Thiburce Belaventure (center separation part), available at musicdsp.org
Thanks a lot to them for sharing their knowledge !
Bugs are probably mine, though.
Speedster needs an altivec processor (G4 or G5)
- no more "static" noise
- less CPU use
- less memory use
- latency compensation
- better timestretch quality (no more out-of-tune modulation)
- slighty less CPU use
- text fields are now much easier to edit (type 'return' to validate)
- automation bug correction
- first public release
- AUStk : a demo of integration of
Stk instruments into an AudioUnit
(note off problem corrected, greatly enhanced and source
AUStk and its source code.
This is the Stk demo embedded in an AudioUnit.
It shows how to use Stk framework to build AudioUnit Synth.
This AudioUnit allow you to choose any of the 28 instruments of the Stk
demo and play them
: a simple vowel filter, with the possibility of mixing two vowels
Voweler and its source code.