[PD-dev] How to learn about writing schedulers?

Christof Ressi info at christofressi.com
Sat Oct 24 23:09:17 CEST 2020


I think the following is a good introduction: 

Of course, there's also Miller's book "The Theory and Technique of 
Electronic Music", which has some sections about scheduling and control 

Personally, I learned a lot from studying both Pd and Supercollider 
(scsynth + sclang), as they have very different approaches.


On 24.10.2020 19:48, Iain Duncan wrote:
> I hope this is ok on this list, please let me know if it should 
> instead be on PD-OT.
> I'm looking for resourceson learning how to write soft-real time 
> scheduler engines for sequencing tools: patterns, data structures, 
> tradeoffs of different approaches, etc. I'm interested in seeing how 
> PD does it, but if anyone also knowsof good books, sites, or otherwise 
> that get into this topic deeply, I'd love to hear of them. It seems 
> rather hard to find this kind of stuff, or maybe I just don't know 
> where to look!
> thanks
> iain
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