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reddit.com/r/musicprogramming | 2021-03-18
I agree a minimal example would be useful. Right now I think the closest thing you'll find is this (recently written?) part of the manual: Developing a New Architecture File. Source of the example is on Github.
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reddit.com/r/Bitwig | 2021-03-18
Rust is starting to look promising for audio, but you can’t blame Bitwig devs for not using it of course. By far the most interesting audio language to me is Faust. Pretty sure the Bitwig guys ended up building out their own similar modular framework to support native devices and the grid and such.
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reddit.com/r/DSP | 2021-03-04
Something that comes to mind is https://faust.grame.fr/ Although it's focused on audio. Why do you want to use as many possible standards - this is how shitty unmaintainable projects are born. Just do the whole thing in matlab or python if it's for a learning experience, and port it later to C/C++ if you need to deploy on embedded. What is your project - audio, image processing, video, something else?
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reddit.com/r/programming | 2021-01-21
Had a look at some Faust publications; you're right, very similar concepts; and as it seems it's still actively developed: https://github.com/grame-cncm/faust; and it even supports FPGAs; amazing.