I should have thought to post this up here earlier, but I will be giving a talk at the BayBiggies meeting at Symantec tonight at 7:30 California time. The talk is entitled “Embedding Python as a Realtime Audio Scripting Engine”, and this is the summary:
Topics will include separation and communication between the
application and scripting engine, why Python is “safe” for audio work
including empirical performance metrics, and caveats related to
multithreaded processing as performance requirements increase. I will
share my experiences using the standard CPython implementation to
research and develop a state-of-the-art audio scripting engine.
At least there’s something happening even if the economy did take my job!
Here is the BayPiggies link for more info: