Tonfall is not meant to be a fully implemented audio engine but you may learn a lot about signal processing and sequencing in common. It covers most questions I am receiving by email and is not that far away from the audio engine we use in Audiotool.
Holding a list of processors and time information
SignalProcessor for audio generation taking TimeEvents (like notes) into account
Design Pattern to process polyphonic audio generation (e.g. synthesizer)
Time flies! Yet two weeks and I am heading towards Boston to speak at Flash on tap.
Lucky me, Flashbelt in just one week ahead then. Thus I decided to stay in the states and try to find a way from Boston to Minneapolis with my colleague Alan Ross. It is more than 2.000 km, so I am pretty sure, there are a lot of things that we should visit on our way.
(Any suggestion where to rent a car for the trip?)
We are free for proposals. I am personally more interested in nature than visiting big American cities, but if you live nearby our route and offer food and accommodation we could hang around for some beers and chat.
2:00pm – Introduction
2:10pm – Marcel Fahle – smart video streaming
2:40pm – Marcel Fahle – Boost your Workflows
3:15pm – Michael Plank – Web- and Desktop Applications
4:15pm – Chris Allen – Red5 in action
5:15pm – André Michelle – Making noise in Harvard
6:30pm – approximate end of the event
7:30pm a.k.a. „beer-thrity“ – party time
Back in Germany, where it is much colder than in Brighton, I compiled the sources and slides as promised. Thanks everyone, who attended my session and for the overall good feedback on our work at Hobnox. It was a amazing experience to have a talk in The Dome. I also enjoyed a lot of other sessions. Flash on the Beach has become one of my favorite conference.