A nice way to start audio app programing is FAUST, you can write you
algorithm in "plain math" and let it translate from the FAUST compiler
Faust build the dsp code and, if you wont a GUI Interface. The resulting
Source Code show some nice habits for how you can design your app to get
a clean distance between the GUI part and the dsp part. The FAUST
compiler optimize your "math dsp" to run real fast and stable.
You can rework the C++ source afterwards with the IDE of your choice.
Also FAUST comes with some faust libs with contain some nice filters
osci and math funktions and a bunch of examples to start with.
Faust could also translate your code to a Pd patch. And mutch more.
Am Dienstag, den 16.06.2009, 03:47 -0700 schrieb Justin Smith:
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