Audio Libraries Considered Challenging

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  • fmod-rs

    Rust bindings to FMOD Core and FMOD Studio

    It'll be a bit while I finish my work with FMOD.rs, but it'd be interesting to collaborate with Kira. FMOD is split into FMOD Core and FMOD Studio: if I'm not mistaken, Kira is at the Core Engine level. If I get to this point (and end up with a job that allows me to do OSS work... which is unfortunately rare in the gamedev world) I'd love to work with Kira to improve the accessibility of adaptive audio in Rust.

  • core-isolation

    Presentation at Lund LinuxCon 2017

    I agree. It's when you get down to "musician audio" things get problematic w r t allocation, both because of the latency and because of the audio being the primary thing you care about. That's also when you start to get issues with the kernel not scheduling your thread and so on. If you're curious about kernel issues, you can read a presentation I did five years ago. Maybe the Linux kernel has improved since.

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  • crossbeam

    Tools for concurrent programming in Rust

  • rtrb

    A realtime-safe single-producer single-consumer (SPSC) ring buffer

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