pkaudio/pksampler release

Started by Patrick Stinson September 20, 2004
I've released the pksampler and pkaudio packages.

PKAudio is an audio lib/daemon that makes asynchronous communication with a 
realtime audio engine from high-level languages like python easy. It is 
incredibly simple to write extension modules (subclass, implement two simple 
methods, link with executable), and is a very nice place to start for
someone 
looking to get right to the important part of their dsp application. A
Python 
module is included.

PKSampler is a DJ sampler intended for a touch screen. It uses python and qt 
to animate real 3D widgets created with PoVRay. Check out the screen shots! 

I'm also working on PKStudio, which is essentially meant to be an open 
replacement for Propellerhead Software's Reason. It focuses on tools for 
extending pkaudiod to encourage others to write more dsp modules for it. 

Read the pkaudio release notes for compilation help. should be simple. 
PKSampler is written in python, so there isn't any setup.

http://pkaudio.sf.net/
http://pksampler.sf.net/

There's lots of directions for this app to take, and I'd like to know if 
anyone can get pksampler running on their machines. Works best with more
than 
one soundcard! Thanks!
Again, the usual question: what platform/OS?
-- 
Stephan M. Bernsee
http://www.dspdimension.com

Patrick Stinson wrote:

> I've released the pksampler and pkaudio packages. > > PKAudio is an audio lib/daemon that makes asynchronous communication with a > realtime audio engine from high-level languages like python easy. It is > incredibly simple to write extension modules (subclass, implement two simple > methods, link with executable), and is a very nice place to start for > someone > looking to get right to the important part of their dsp application. A > Python > module is included. > > PKSampler is a DJ sampler intended for a touch screen. It uses python and qt > to animate real 3D widgets created with PoVRay. Check out the screen shots! > > I'm also working on PKStudio, which is essentially meant to be an open > replacement for Propellerhead Software's Reason. It focuses on tools for > extending pkaudiod to encourage others to write more dsp modules for it. > > Read the pkaudio release notes for compilation help. should be simple. > PKSampler is written in python, so there isn't any setup. > > http://pkaudio.sf.net/ > http://pksampler.sf.net/ > > There's lots of directions for this app to take, and I'd like to know if > anyone can get pksampler running on their machines. Works best with more > than > one soundcard! Thanks!
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