Monthly Meetups

  • Prophet - A Voice Chat Assistant for Chat GPT

    Prophet - A Voice Chat Assistant for Chat GPT

    Valerio Velardo (The Sound of AI)

    Interacting with ChatGPT in writing format can be thrilling, but imagine being able to interact with it just like you would with a voice assistant such as Google Assistant or Alexa...

    I have created a Python package called Prophet, which allows you to do just that, and turns ChatGPT into a voice assistant.

    Using Prophet, I have had stimulating discussions with ChatGPT on topics such as music, creativity, and machine intelligence.

  • Point To Point Modeling: An Automatic Circuit Solving Library

    Point To Point Modeling: An Automatic Circuit Solving Library

    Eric Tarr (Hack Audio LLC)

    The "Point to Point Modeling" library is a software tool for simulating analog circuits. It is intended for audio signal processing applications, such as real-time plugins and mobile apps. In the library, component-level circuit analysis is automated, allowing for arbitrary circuits to be easily implemented based on resistors, capacitors, potentiometers, op-amps, diodes, transistors, and tubes. In addition to solving programmer-specified circuits, the library also includes 150+ pre-made circuits common in audio EQs, consoles, effect pedals, guitar amps, and more. Implementations of the library are available in C++ for commercial software as well as in MATLAB for rapid prototyping. An overview of the library's API for developers will be provided, along with some examples.

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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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