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wiki:programming_audio [2011/11/04 22:03]
emrum add LuaAV and Chuck -
wiki:programming_audio [2017/03/24 12:41] (current)
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-Note: Before starting a new project, eventually you would like to join an existing project, or +Note: Before starting a new project, perhaps you would like to join an existing project, or take over any of the [[/apps/categories/unmaintained| Unmaintained Projects ]] !
-take over any of the [[/apps/categories/unmaintained| Unmaintained Projects ]] !+
  
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 Related pages: Related pages:
-  * midi resources: [[http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/apps/categories/midi_programming_resources]] +  * [[/apps/dev_apps|List of resources for audio developers]] 
-  * libraries, APIs: [[:wiki:programming_libraries|APIs,Code-Libraries for audio,graphics,media,GUIs]] +  * [[:wiki:programming_libraries|APIs and Code-Libraries for audio,graphics,media,GUIs]]
-  * [[http://code.google.com/p/pyo/| pyo]] - "A Python module containing classes for a wide variety of audio signal processing types."+
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   * [[http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/| Chuck Progr. Language ]] - Life-Coding, "on-the-fly", "concurrent audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, performance, and analysis."   * [[http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/| Chuck Progr. Language ]] - Life-Coding, "on-the-fly", "concurrent audio programming language for real-time synthesis, composition, performance, and analysis."
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- +  * [[http://embedded.eecs.berkeley.edu/giotto/|Giotto Language]] - "The Giotto system consists of a time-triggered programming language, a compiler, and a runtime system. Giotto aims at hard real-time applications with periodic behavior. " 
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 +  * [[http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/ptolemyII/tutorial.htm|PtolemyII]] - "Ptolemy II is an open-source software framework supporting experimentation with actor-oriented design. Actors are software components that execute concurrently and communicate through messages sent via interconnected ports. A model is a hierarchical interconnection of actors." 
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 +  * [[http://archhaskell.wordpress.com/2009/08/01/atom-a-domain-specific-language-for-hard-realtime-applications/| Atom (Haskell) ]] - "Atom is a Haskell DSL (domain specific language) for designing hard realtime embedded software. Based on guarded atomic actions (similar to STM (Software Transactional Memory)). " 
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   * [[http://x10-lang.org/home/introduction.html| X10 programming language ]] - X10 is a strongly typed, concurrent, imperative, object-oriented programming language designed for productivity and performance on modern multi-core and clustered architectures. X10 augments the familiar class-based object-oriented programming model with constructs to support execution across multiple address spaces, including constructs for a global object model, asynchrony and atomicity.   * [[http://x10-lang.org/home/introduction.html| X10 programming language ]] - X10 is a strongly typed, concurrent, imperative, object-oriented programming language designed for productivity and performance on modern multi-core and clustered architectures. X10 augments the familiar class-based object-oriented programming model with constructs to support execution across multiple address spaces, including constructs for a global object model, asynchrony and atomicity.
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-  * [[http://haxe.org/doc/intro| haxe.org]] - A language that translates to different target languages.  +  * [[http://haxe.org/doc/intro| haxe.org]] - A language that translates to different target languages.
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 +  * [[https://github.com/fennecdjay/Gwion | Gwion]] - A strongly timed musical language
 +features templates, function pointers, enum, variadic and more.
  
wiki/programming_audio.1320440615.txt.gz · Last modified: 2011/11/04 22:03 by emrum