Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Audacity, Nyquist, and Lisp
Audacity plugins are written in a language called Nyquist. See here, here, and here. Nyquist is based on Lisp, with extensions for working with sound files. I haven't done much with Lisp since my college days as an Emacs user. I've worked with music/sound specific languages before, though, namely Csound.