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** Maintainer: [http://apfelmus.nfshost.com/ Heinrich Apfelmus] <apfelmus at quantentunnel de>
 
** Maintainer: [http://apfelmus.nfshost.com/ Heinrich Apfelmus] <apfelmus at quantentunnel de>
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** Questions? [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/ask?tags=tomato-rubato+haskell+audio Ask on StackOverflow!]
 
** Questions? [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/ask?tags=tomato-rubato+haskell+audio Ask on StackOverflow!]
 
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* Source code on github

Revision as of 08:46, 23 March 2012

1 What is it?

Tomato-rubato is an easy to use library for live audio programming in Haskell. Instant gratification from your speakers by typing into GHCi!

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2 Status

Tomato-rubato is currently in a very experimental phase and will likely remain that way in the foreseeable future. In other words: this is a developer preview, the API may change at any time without notice. Adventurers only!

A current offspring is the tomato-rubato-openl package which allows you to play raw audio data on your speakers. It has an extremely simple interface and uses OpenAL as a backend.

3 Releases and Resources