For a realtime application, you are probably going to need to put at
least the core audio components in C/C++.
I personally prefer Python as a general programming language, so for a
project I am working on I have chosen to do it in 2 communicating
processes, with the JACK audio part in C and the rest in Python. This
seems to work pretty well, and could work for Clojure as easily.
On Fri, 2012-02-17 at 06:17 -0800, Kris Calabio wrote:
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