Current state and vision about AudioDSP
Hi community,

today I like to announce that I will continue the work on AudioDSP. During the last days I started to review the work I did in my library asplib (Achim's Signal Processing LIBrary), which is was the base of adsp.biquad.filters and adsp.xconvolver. The library will get a rework and some modules will be dropped as they are no longer required with my new toolchain. More informations about my toolchain will follow in the future. It took some time to develop, which was on of the reasons why I was not around in the forum or continued to work on AudioDSP. I really learned a lot from this project and my C/C++ signal processing workflow evolved a lot over the last two years and it is now a lot easier for me to test my algorithms with existing tools like Python, Octave or MATLAB. Furthermore the toolchain will help me to develop algorithms, test them without any dependency to AudioDSP and will make it possible to deliver them faster into the AudioDSP add-ons. More updates about my workflow will follow. Wink

Here are some first results, which I did during the last two days.
   fast convolution test               biquad test                     compressor test

During the time of writing I currently don't have any dead lines or can't say when you will be able to use AudioDSP again. Honestly AudioDSP is a big spare time project and it will need some time to suit my vision, which is one of the reasons why I will not officially mention any dead lines. Cool

But I will create a milestone plan that you can see what are my next steps. Moreover I will try to share the current state here in the forum or on Twitter.
Latest news about AudioDSP and my libraries is available on Twitter.

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RE: Current state and vision about AudioDSP - by AchimTuran - 2019-12-22, 03:09

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