[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 19:56:34 UTC 2013


Thanks for your reply. Just a few cents about: how to get students
involved in Linux audio development. We used this code generator in a kind
of DSP course. With this "wrapper" was possible to take some classic DSP
algorythms and create LADSPA plugins. Some results can be seen here:


I'm pretty sure that these plugins are not new, awesome or anything. But
it was good to develop them and see them running.


f schiavoni

> Flavio,
> These are really awesome!  Looks like a great way for newcomers to get
> started.  I usually start by copy/paste..find/replace from an existing
> class, but have to remove anything that's specific to that class.  You
> have
> a better approach here.
> Chuck
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 6:04 PM, <fls at rendera.com.br> wrote:
>> 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.
>> http://www.ime.usp.br/~fls/LADSPA-generator/LADSPA_generator.html
>> http://www.ime.usp.br/~fls/PDExternal-generator/PDExternal_generator.html
>> 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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