sndkit is a sonic toolkit for everywhere.

It is a collection of highly portable ANSI-C implementations of audio DSP algorithms commonly used in computer music, all wrapped up inside of a statically generated wiki.

Each DSP algorithm is written in a literate programming style, a technique pioneered by Donald Knuth. Surrounding the implementation itself are words and equations used to help explain and contextualize what every single line of code is doing.

The text in this wiki is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero license, otherwise known as "CC0".

The tangled output is dual-licensed under MIT or the Unlicense.

A annotated list of available algorithms can be found here.

The source code for this wiki can be found on SourceHut.

Happy Hacking, Humans.