[sdiy] Programming Language Recommendation
shawnrakestraw at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 07:36:10 CET 2020
@veronica - I'm looking at things from a general perspective. I don't
really have a specific build in mind. I have always been interested in
programming and recently renewed my general desire to study a language. I
figure that the best application I have is a eurorack module. I think I
would stick with something on the cv side of modular though and not
something that makes/processes audio. I might try to make a sequencer or
>From the answers so far, I will probably just stick with c++ since I
already have some knowledge with it. I have only learned basics and I am
I have played around with some arduino stuff, but I have always felt like
it was a little lacking (or my skills with it were lacking). I would most
like to figure out something with STM32. Teensy is intriguing also.
You all are the best. Thank you!
On Wed, Dec 2, 2020, 10:23 PM Benjamin Tremblay <btremblay at me.com> wrote:
> I’m getting back into c++ for the Teensy platform and it’s a damn
> frustrating blast from the past. I still feel the way I did about c++ 28
> years ago. It’s as close to the metal as a guy like me should be permitted
> to go.
> Because the Teensy Audio Library uses c++ I am able to make my own dsp
> components as long as I can do the byte math, something I’m really bad at.
> Fortunately computers are very patient and forgiving, much more so than an
> overheated transistor.
> C++ is deterministic and mcus need that.
> Benjamin Tremblay
> > On Dec 2, 2020, at 9:53 PM, Shawn Rakestraw <shawnrakestraw at gmail.com>
> > Please don't go into extreme detail (unless you really want to). I ask
> too many simple questions and I feel bad that everyone spends great amounts
> of time with it.
> > I am thinking about programming ARM chips like the STM32 for something
> like Braids. I know that I will not be making my own Braids module anytime
> soon, but I would like to start thinking about the language I need to
> learn. I know the most about C++. I also realize that my question may be
> better asked as what libraries should I load / study up on.
> > Thanks guys/gals
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