[LAD] [LAU] So what do you think sucks about Linux audio ? OP reply.

fls at rendera.com.br fls at rendera.com.br
Tue Feb 12 00:04:27 UTC 2013

Hi Chuck and list

A few time ago I wrote in javascript some small code generator. A few
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  takes 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.

Best regards

F Schiavoni

> My university didn't have an audio program--there were maybe just a few
> engineers I knew that were strongly inclined to work on audio or
> acoustics.  There is a lack of collaboration between engineering and
> art/music students here and very little direction from professors
> concerning art and technology--but I see some of that beginning to change.
> I think that linux is much more well known and it's easier than ever to
> get
> started.  So--might I suggest to do something more for student outreach?
> What do you think would make a difference?
> Chuck
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