[linux-audio-dev] Setting the Beat of a Clock

capnlinux at handsonarabians.com capnlinux at handsonarabians.com
Thu Sep 29 18:05:37 UTC 2005

Quoting Jussi Laako <jussi.laako at pp.inet.fi>:

> On Tue, 2005-09-27 at 09:04 -0500, capnlinux at handsonarabians.com wrote:
> > Returning to one of my original questions.  Does anyone have any
> suggestions for
> > useful libraries or example source code to study as a start for this
> project?
> If you like C++, then using jack as audio engine and libJackMM to
> interface it is rather simple. For signal processing you could use
> libDSP. Combination of these two libraries can give pretty quick and
> easy start.
> libDSP can also be used from C, as it has C wrapper.
> -- 
> Jussi Laako <jussi.laako at pp.inet.fi>

Thanks much.  I am actually most comfortable with Java as a programming language
but I don't think it will be appropriate for this project due to the timing
accuracy issues.  So C or C++ are probably much better choices.  I will
definitely look into those libraries and the engine.  Thanks again.

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