Re: [LAU] Online resources/books for programming sound synthesis software?

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Date: Friday, April 13, 2007 - 11:18 am

On Thu, 2007-04-12 at 15:40 +0200, Robin Gareus wrote:

> when learning to code, it's easier and more fun to start from scratch

But there are so many it's a bit overwhelming. It would probably take a
week or two to try them all out. Maybe we need a rating system so people
can spot the good ones more easily.

It would also be good to know which GUI toolkit they use - I could only
really help out with GTK+ code.

(Though I have no real intention to write a synth anyway - I'm just
messing about to learn ALSA and JACK.)

> minor detail - in the jack_process callback:

Can you explain that a bit more - why is it needed?

Thanks,

Damon

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Re: [LAU] Online resources/books for programming sound synth..., Damon Chaplin, (Fri Apr 13, 11:18 am)
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