02 Dec '13, 9pm

Voting is now open for @larubyconf proposals. Sign up and vote for mine if you want to hear about audio in Ruby:

Ruby is used for a lot of things, but for some reason, only a few people are using it for music. If you ever looked around, you would see that there are only a handful of audio and signal processing libraries out there. In a language that is meant to make programming fun, the lack of code surrounding such a creative field is scary. Let's fix the current Ruby landscape by learning how to use the tools available in Ruby (and some tools outside of Ruby) to let those creative juices flow. We will be focusing on how to build sounds from the ground up (the discrete sample rate, the powerful amplitude, and the majestic waveform), so you don't need any prior audio wizardry. Just bring yourself and a Ruby console and we just might create some beautiful music in a beautiful language.

Full article: http://larubyconf.com/proposals/37

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