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Re: OCTAVE Vs. MATLAB for Audio DSP and processing

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Subject: Re: OCTAVE Vs. MATLAB for Audio DSP and processing
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 21:44:28 -0700

> On Oct 30, 2017, at 1:17 AM, Rocko <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm looking into OCTAVE Vs. MATLAB for audio processing tools. I've searched
> this forum but couldn't find answers to what I'm looking for.
> Besides the price issue (MATLAB + Audio DSP Toll box + simulink will cost a
> few thousand USD ;-( ... ) can OCTAVE do these things:
> 1. connect to ASIO drivers for input and output of multi channels (2 or
> more) in real time ?
> 2. The above with sample rates of 44100, 48000, 96000 Hz?
> 3. connect to MIDI drivers and soundcrads (RME and the like) over Windows 10
> OS ?
> 4. Simulink like (graphical coding ability of connecting 'modules' ) ?
> 5. VST 32 and 64 bit export as well as *.exe (stand alone) solution export ?
> Any other suggestion of this topic would be great.
> Rocko

I suggest, don’t use Octave or Matlab.

Is there some compelling reason to use these tools instead of something more 
appropriate? The boss is making you? You already know the language? The 
toolboxes are awesome? You like slow execution?

Consider some of these: Supercollider, Faust, Max, pd, ChucK, Csound, Nyquist, 


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