Which language can i use to create an audio recording application
want to design an application that records audio but don't know which language is more advisable
Recording sound? It will need a bridge from hard to software. c++, python. If it is planned to use actual API any modern language is wellcome.
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I think good way is Java and C++
Java and C++
Please specify further: Mobile IOS, Android, PC, Mac, Windows, Linux, Raspberry, Arduino?
It depends... If you coding app for android - JAVA. Otherwise Python. I am quite sure, that there is ready a module suitable for this job. Just use google. You will save a lot of time.
i think that python good choice(All my think).
fredrick pwol The language would be C++.You can also opt for Objective C as a dev language if you are an iOS user. BUT CONSIDERING THE CASE LIKE YOURS, You can switch to JUCE. It is a cross platform of C++ framework which is partially open sourced.It's was specially built for mobile and app development purposes.And it's definitely built for MUSIC COMPOSER/ MUSIC PRODUCER/ SOUND ENGINEER.JUCE was written in C++ and it has its own good library. But if you use any of the Cross platforms to develop plugins you may get inconsistency in time base of the MIDI message Timestamps.Even in CoreMIDI. So you need to implement on buffer in your DAW.Basically the F* Studio has a smaller size of buffer. But equating to unity, C++ or Java will be a good language to start with. while(007) Hope clarified!
C / C++ / C# / Objective C
In this days, C++ is powerful language. So, you should go with C++. Or you can go with a cup of hot tea 😂😜
c++ is awesome when interacting with hardware. i suggest c++ and the c++ Qt framework.
If you want a platform-independent app, you can use java. You must to import javax.sound library to do it.
i thing all high level languages can do this ;) the question is on which environment you want to use your application
I think java will be the best