[chuck-dev] Rewriting audio wrapper for OpenSL ES
remigillig at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 10:52:44 EDT 2012
Wouldn't it be easier to make a Android for RtAudio, which is already
available on multiple platforms and multiple back ends? I don't know enough
about the inner workings of ChucK ouput, I was just wondering why it isn't
possible, if you already looked into this I'm interested.
On 12 March 2012 15:15, Kenneth Stewart <kstewartgt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm working on a senior design project where we're trying to explore
> porting ChucK to work on Android devices using the Android NDK.
> Currently we're working on rewriting some of the digiio_rtaudio
> wrapper to use OpenSL ES instead of the rtaudio functions. I was
> wondering if anyone could provide any advice or tips for doing this,
> or just let us know if we're heading down the wrong path.
> We think we've isolated the areas where rtaudio functions are used and
> want to substitute those calls for the right series of OpenSL
> functions, but figuring out what the appropriate mappings are between
> what OpenSL needs and what ChucK expects to connect to is taking a
> good bit of research. Are there any obvious pitfalls we should be
> aware of?
> Thank you for any advice in this area.
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