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Conclusions

In summary, writing signal processing applications in the FAUST language is rewarding in several respects. First, the language is high-level, yet it compiles to efficient C++ code. The development cycle is very short, typically involving only (1) syntax debugging, (2) block-diagram inspection, and (3) trying out the app/plugin. When precise verification is required, the output signals can be printed or loaded into Matlab/Octave for detailed analysis. Finally, writing in FAUST makes it very easy to generate applications and plugins for a wide range of hosting environments.


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``Audio Signal Processing in Faust'', by Julius O. Smith III.
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