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Android Developer Meetup March

Sorry for the short notice on the scheduling. The speaker for this month is Peter Kirn, see below for a description. 

Thank you to Pivotal Labs for providing the location for our meetup!

Real-Time Sound on Android with libpd

You've seen sound and music demos on (cough) other mobile platforms.
And maybe you've wondered if real-time audio could enrich your Android
software, but figured building sound capabilities from scratch was
best left to audio wizards.

libpd uses a mature, graphical programming language for sound
synthesis and processing musicians have loved for over two decades.
Peter Brinkmann (libpd primary author) and Peter Kirn
( show the sonic capabilities of this library,
from basic audio to music to sounds from the heart of space.

*plus* Rapid Android Prototyping with Processing

Fitting perfectly with libpd, and bridging the gap between artists and
programmers, Peter Kirn will also give a brief demo of Processing, a
powerful graphical toolkit that now runs natively on Android and
creates even hardware-accelerated OpenGL apps in a matter of moments.

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  • John L.

    Interesting and thought provoking presentation

    March 27, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am looking to rewrite some music apps from JSYN on a laptop to Android, this was very helpful.

    March 24, 2011

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