Mark Heath (Software Architect, NICE Systems)
“Is .NET Any Good For Audio?”
Mark is a software architect and developer currently specializing in Azure and .NET, building digital evidence management systems for criminal justice. He’s a Microsoft MVP, author of many training courses on Pluralsight, and the creator of NAudio, an open source audio library for .NET.
For the last 20 years Mark has been maintaining NAudio, an open source audio platform library for the .NET platform. While the original goal was just a bit of fun and creating some music related utilities, the library ended up becoming a mainstay of many large commercial telephony related applications. In this talk, he’ll share lessons he learned along the way about the many and varied Windows audio APIs, battles with the limitations of .NET as a platform for real-time audio, and the joys and frustrations of running an open source project.
For more info on NAudio please visit the website: github.com/NAudio/NAudio
Chris Santoro (Soundtoys)
“Beyond The Code”
Chris Santoro is the Engineering Lead at Soundtoys in Burlington, VT, where he has been developing audio effects plug-ins for over a decade. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Florida and a Master’s Degree in Music Engineering from the University of Miami.
About the Audio Programmer Meetups
We host monthly presentations from those looking to share their discoveries in music tech and software development. Some example topics include:
Exploring cutting edge technologies for audio development
Best practices for real-time programming
Music information retrieval
If you are interested in presenting a talk or demo, please submit here.