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These are really awesome! Looks like a great way for newcomers to get
started. I usually start by copy/paste..find/replace from an existing
class, but have to remove anything that's specific to that class. You have
a better approach here.
On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 6:04 PM, wrote:
> Hi Chuck and list
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Flavio,These are really awesome!=A0 Loo=
ks like a great way for newcomers to get started.=A0 I usually start by cop=
y/paste..find/replace from an existing class, but have to remove anything t=
hat's specific to that class.=A0 You have a better approach here.
Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 6:04 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:<=
Hi Chuck and list
friends wanted to learn audio programming and I did it because it is not
easy to start with an API and sometimes the code wrap =A0takes to much time=
These things also help me in some fast prototypes.
The main idea of both is to have a ready-to-use wraper and so one can
spend time really coding audio DSP.
> My university didn't have an audio program--there were maybe just =
> art/music students here and very little direction from professors
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