Real-time Audio Processing for Algorithm Prototyping and Custom Measurements
Audio engineers across Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Communications, and other industries use MATLAB to design and validate audio processing algorithms, while developing new audio products or custom measurements.
Very often those algorithms need prototyping in real-time while parameters are tuned interactively, so they can be validated through listening, or evaluated on experimental setups. For many, turning MATLAB algorithms into real-time prototypes is a costly and time-consuming process, and it involves languages like C or C++.
In this webinar, we focus on creating real-time audio processing prototypes with MATLAB using the new Audio Toolbox. We show how to:
- Process low-latency streaming audio directly in MATLAB, including via ASIO or CoreAudio
- Tune parameters in real-time through user interfaces or external MIDI controls
- Generate VST plugins from MATLAB code, for testing custom MATLAB algorithms on third-party digital audio workstations
- Accelerate the development of new ideas using the audio processing algorithms provided by the toolbox
Recorded: 12 Jul 2016
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