Audio Programmer Virtual Meetup - 09 Nov 21 at 1830 GMT

We invite you to join us every 2nd Tuesday of the month for the Audio Programmer Meetup! These meetups are a way for us to exchange knowledge, ask questions and meet with other audio programmers throughout the world.

We invite you to join us no matter where you may be in your audio programming journey, whether you are a software developer, student, artist, or just generally interested in finding out more about audio technology.

This month's guests

Landon Viator (Audiofile Engineering)
“Prototyping Distortion Effects in MaxMSP for JUCE”
JUCE is an incredibly powerful framework for creating cross-platform audio plug-ins with a myriad of included tools for making the process as easy as possible. Utilizing these included tools can speed up your workflow, but you’ll probably get to a point where you need external tools that are on the same level as JUCE in terms of power and flexibility. That’s where MaxMSP comes in.

MaxMSP is a powerful audio processing environment that utilizes a visual scripting language similar to patching real-world analog devices together with cables. With MaxMSP, I’ll show you how I prototype DSP by building a distortion algorithm in MaxMSP and then realize the code in JUCE.

Bobby Lombardi / Ralph Richbourg (ADC)
“Overview of the Audio Developer Conference”
The Audio Developer Conference (ADC) is an annual event celebrating all audio development technologies, from music applications and game audio to audio processing and embedded systems. The conference is 15-16 November, and you can attend in person or online!

In this overview, Bobby Lombardi and Ralph Richbourg from the ADC team will provide an overview of the conference and answer any questions.


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