Monthly Meetups

  • Steve Lascos (Blackaddr Audio and Aviate Audio)

    Steve Lascos (Blackaddr Audio and Aviate Audio)

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform, from UI creation to C++ coding. In this talk, we cover the unique challenges of creating and deploying audio plugins on embedded hardware. We'll introduce the Multiverse platform and show how it addresses these challenges and enables developers to access the stompbox market.

  • Shane Nolan (Aviate Audio)

    Shane Nolan (Aviate Audio)

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform, from UI creation to C++ coding. In this talk, we cover the unique challenges of creating and deploying audio plugins on embedded hardware. We'll introduce the Multiverse platform and show how it addresses these challenges and enables developers to access the stompbox market.

  • Ryan Jaquin (Aviate Audio)

    Ryan Jaquin (Aviate Audio)

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform

    Developing and porting plugins to the Multiverse platform, from UI creation to C++ coding. In this talk, we cover the unique challenges of creating and deploying audio plugins on embedded hardware. We'll introduce the Multiverse platform and show how it addresses these challenges and enables developers to access the stompbox market.

  • Brad Howes (Squarepoint Capital)

    Brad Howes (Squarepoint Capital)

    AUv3 Filters for iOS and macOS using AUv3Template

    Quick tour of the AUv3Template repo and what it offers for developing a new AUv3 plugin. Some focus on the render thread, parameter controls, and MIDI interfacing in Swift and C++.

  • Matthijs Hollemans (Indie)

    Creating Synth Plug-Ins with JUCE

    Book presentation: Audio programming is an exciting intersection between software development, digital signal processing (DSP), and creativity. It's enjoyable and rewarding once you've learned the basics, but how do you get started?

    In this book, we introduce you to this exciting world with a step-by-step guide to building a synthesizer plug-in. We provide straight-forward explanations to the concepts and keep the math simple.

    Why build a synthesizer? Building a synth plug-in is a fantastic way to learn and walk through some of the fundamental concepts of audio programming.

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About The Audio Programmer Monthly Meetups

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.

Inclusion is at the core of our meetups, and we follow the Berlin Code of Conduct. For more information, please read more here https://berlincodeofconduct.org

Submit a presentation for the Meetup

We host monthly presentations from those looking to share their discoveries in music tech and software development. Some example topics include:

  • Exploring cutting edge technologies for audio development
  • Best practices for real-time programming
  • Music information retrieval
  • Game audio
  • Spatialization
  • …and more!

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