Audaspace (pronounced "outer space") is a high level audio library written in C++ with language bindings for Python for example. It started out as the audio engine of the 3D modelling application Blender and is now released as a standalone library.
Documentation and Community
The documentation including guides for building and installing, demos, tutorials as well as the API reference for C++, C and python can be found on https://audaspace.github.io.
Bug reports and feature requests should go to the issue tracker.
For any other discussions about audaspace there is a mailing list and there is also the IRC channel #audaspace on irc.freenode.net.
The following (probably incomplete) features are supported by audaspace:
- input/output devices
- input from microphones, line in, etc.
- output devices including 3D audio support
- file reading/writing
- filters like low-/highpass and effects like delay, reverse or fading
- generators for simple waveforms like silence, sine and triangle
- respecification - this term is used for changing stream parameters which are
- channel count - channel remapping
- sample format - the library internally uses 32 bit floats
- sample rate - resampling
- simple (superposition, joining and ping-pong aka forward-reverse) and more complex (non-linear audio editing) sequencing of sounds
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