clive is a C audio live-coding skeleton. It allows you to #hotswap #DSP processing callbacks, providing not much more than automatic C #code recompilation, object code reloading, and state preservation.
The workshop will work on dependencies installation, basics of sysadmining and git, CLI, define DSP and examples similar to clive, sound synthesis and feedback, shaping sounds and a live performance preparation.
The workshop is conducted in English language.
To participate, you need to bring your own (GNU/Linux OS) laptop, and (optional) headphones.
Applications (open until Nov 20th 23:59CET): email hello at formatc.hr
https://code.mathr.co.uk/clive-workshop/blob/9faadb14c05484c10685440faf1389cea0ae7a10:/doc/workshop.md Markdown source
After the workshop I fixed/added some things in the above that we bumped into on the day, mainly JACK D-Bus and PulseAudio autospawn. The web pages are updated now.
We didn't get to the second half, I think it was too ambitious - maybe a whole day instead of half would be necessary.
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