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People are starting to receive their copies of The Audio Programming book and sinking their teeth into this dense tome of computer music knowledge. So it's time to push forward with getting this group up and running.
First, we'll need to be able to trade code. I use gist.github.com myself, though if anyone has any alternatives, please share. Here's an example of a small program I wrote based on Listing 1.2 by Richard Dobson:https://gist.github.com/718095
A wiki might be in order to help catalog some of the tricks we've collectively learned or help develop here. John ffitch, one of the book's authors, has suggested creating an errata; The wiki would be perfect for this as well.
We'll also need to create a list of support links to topics such as c/c++/obj c programming and DSP, both to sites and specific articles. There are also many groups here at noisepages that have a definite overlap of interest. For example:
Digital Signal Processinghttp://noisepages.com/groups/digital-signal-processing/
C and C++ Coding for Plug-inshttp://noisepages.com/groups/c-and-c-coding-for-plug-ins/
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