- (Jamoma Platform)
A Platform for Interactive Art-based Research and Performance.
- Jamoma Core
Host-agnostic fundamental C++ frameworks.
- Audio Graph
Wrapping and connecting DSP unit generators to process dynamic multichannel audio
Support for building AU and VST plug-ins.
Object-oriented, reflective, application programming interface for C++, with an emphasis on real-time signal processing.
Runtime and API implementing a light-weight, dynamically bound, reflective object-oriented architecture layer on top of C++.
An infrastructure for creating a graph of objects that communicate asynchronously.
Support files for building the various frameworks
- Jamoma Implementation
Code and examples making use of Jamoma Core in various hosting environments
Jamoma implementation for AudioUnit plugin developent
This repository holds various 3rd party MaxMSP externals and other 3rd party utilities that JamomaMax modules depend on.
Jamoma implementation for iOS
Jamoma implementation for Max. The Max-specific parts of Jamoma Modular have been moved to this new project.
Jamoma implementation for PureData (Pd)
Ruby language bindings
An Automated Testing Suite for Computer Music Environments.
Software development benefits from systematic testing with respect to implementation, optimization, and maintenance.
Automated testing makes it easy to execute a large number of tests efficiently on a regular basis, leading to faster development and more reliable software....
Jamoma implementation for use with VST plugins
Tools and Utilities for the Development and Distribution of Jamoma.
- (Jamoma UserLibs)
Umbrella for user maintained libraries of modules maintained outside the scope of Jamoma Modular itself.
- Jamoma Ircam FTM
Various Jamoma modules that use and/or interact with the Ircam FTM, Gabor and MnM libraries.
Modules and components using Ircam Spatialisateur.
- SonData (Data Sonification toolbox)
Toolbox for Interactive Sonification for MaxMSP and Jamoma, created by João Menezes.
Virtual Microphone Control (ViMiC)
The Virtual Microphone Control (ViMiC) system provides a computer-generated virtual environment for sound spatialization. ViMiC is a real-time rendering system, particularly for concert situations and site-specific immersive installations. Drawn from psycho-acoustical research and the principles of audio recording techniques, ViMiC generates loudspeaker feeds which differ in terms of amplitude and time-delays. Furthermore, the generation of time-accurate early reflections increases the auditory illusion of spatialization. Through its flexible configuration, ViMiC particularly supports non uniform loudspeaker arrangements....
- Discontinued projects
Various developer efforts that are now discontinued. The code might have been moved to other projects, or it might have been abandoned.
Projects relating to the administration and dissemination of Jamoma
- Jamoma Documentation
Tracker for all documentation-related things within Jamoma
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