sndkit

sndkit

sndkit (or SNDKIT), self-described as a "sonic toolkit for everyone", is a project started in 2020 that aims to be a loose collection of audio DSP implementations written in a literate style.

The main landing page can be found here.

Here are some relevant twtxt tweets from my feed:

2020-09-09 13:36:36: automatically generated #TeX equations implemented in (sndkit)
2020-09-08 20:22:45: the chaosnoise algo is now in (sndkit) and (monolith) #DSP #chaos #noise #patchwerk #monolith #crackle
2020-09-04 08:40:04: implemented Zavalashin's 1-pole VA lowpass filter valp1 #sndkit #dsp
2020-09-01 09:48:39: bitnoise is a 1-bit noise generator. #sndkit #NES #1bit
2020-08-31 09:32:28: thinking about implementing some noise generators for (sndkit). A chaos noise generator that leverages numerical instabilities in IEEE floating point, and a 1-bit linear feedback shift register noise generator based on NES audio. #sndkit #halfbakedideas #dsp
2020-08-28 15:34:58: soft-release of a new project of mine: (sndkit)
2020-08-27 18:03:34: introducing (phasewarp) #sndkit
2020-08-27 16:32:18: introducing (modalres) #sndkit
2020-08-27 10:02:57: introducing (peakeq) #sndkit
2020-08-26 17:11:26: introducing (vardelay) #sndkit