[LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials

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To: Linux Audio User <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Friday, May 4, 2012 - 5:07 pm

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Hey All,

After some very inspiring conversations at the LAC, I have decided to renew
the efforts to document linux audio programming for beginners. I feel that
although there's a lot of really useful tutorials out there, but there's
still a lack of easy accessible introductory audio programming.
Particularly topics such as threading, and thread synchronization are
particularly difficult to learn, or even find relevant, easy to read code
about.

Announcing: Open Audio Programming Tutorials!
This is a documentation effort, not of any particular library or tool, just
"Linux Audio Programming" in general. Feel free to check the code posted,
feedback on it, fork it and send me merge requests, whatever :)

Currently there's 6 different tutorials, all C++ with GTKmm for user
interfaces. Intentions are to add more as time permits!
-Harry

PS: Sending to Linux-Audio-User list in case there's people who want to try
start programming, but haven't subscribed to the Linux-Audio-Developers
list (yet). Replies to Linux-Audio-Developers please :)

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Hey All,After some very inspiring conversations at the LAC, I have =
decided to renew the efforts to document linux audio programming for beginn=
ers. I feel that although there's a lot of really useful tutorials out =
there, but there's still a lack of easy accessible introductory audio p=
rogramming. Particularly topics such as threading, and thread synchronizati=
on are particularly difficult to learn, or even find relevant, easy to read=
code about.

Announcing: Open Audio Programming Tutorials!This is a documentatio=
n effort, not of any particular library or tool, just "Linux Audio Pr=
ogramming" in general. Feel free to check the code posted, feedback on=
it, fork it and send me merge requests, whatever :)
Currently there's 6 different tutorials, all C++ with GTKmm for use=
r interfaces. Intentions are to add more as time permits!-Harry=
PS: Sending to Linux-Audio-User list in case there's people who want to=
try start programming, but haven't subscribed to the Linux-Audio-Devel=
opers list (yet). Replies to Linux-Audio-Developers please :)

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[LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials, Harry van Haaren, (Fri May 4, 5:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials, renato, (Sat May 5, 10:06 am)
Re: [LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials, Harry van Haaren, (Sat May 5, 3:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials, Bearcat , (Fri May 4, 6:37 pm)
Re: [LAU] Open Audio Programming Tutorials, rosea.grammostola, (Fri May 4, 10:36 pm)