Material from the community
Here is a list of additional material contributed by the community of Faust developers or users.
Articles, Video and Blog Posts
This post by Dario Sanfilippo discusses insights gained over a few years of audio programming to implement robust Faust/C++ software, particularly when dealing with infinity and NaN values.
This post by Dario Sanfilippo is about the implementation of not-so-simple recursive circuits in the Faust language.
This post by Nicola Landro is about making LV2 plugins with Faust.
This post by Matt K is about starting audio Programming with Faust.
This tutorial focus on using Faust and on features that are specific to OWL and the OpenWare firmware.
A blog about using Faust with Arduino Audio Tools.
A video about writing a Slew Limiter in the Faust Language by Julius Smith.
A video about making an Eight Channel Mixer in the Faust IDE by Julius Smith.
This folder contains syntax highlighting files for various editors.
Sublime Text syntax file for the Faust programming language.
Major Emacs mode for the Faust programming language, featuring syntax highlighting, automatic indentation and auto-completion.
Faustine allows the edition of Faust code using emacs.
Plugin to edit Faust code in the hyperextensible Vim-based text editor neowim.
Generator of Faust wrappers for Pure Data. This software wraps the C++ code generated by Faust into a native external for Pure Data. You obtain a piece of source code that you can use with pd-lib-builder to produce a native binary with the help of make. No knowledge of C++ programming is required.
This SuperCollider package makes it possible to create SuperCollider packages (Quarks) containing plugins written in Faust code. With this, you can distribute plugins written in Faust and make it easy for others to install, compile or uninstall them. It also contains some simple interfaces for the
faust2sc.py commands used behind the scenes.
ode2dsp is a Python library for generating ordinary differential equation (ODE) solvers in digital signal processing (DSP) languages. It automates the tedious and error-prone symbolic calculations involved in creating a DSP model of an ODE.
- Support linear and nonlinear systems of ODEs
- Support trapezoidal and backward Euler discrete-time integral approximations
- Approximate solutions of implicit equations using Newton's method
- Render finite difference equations (FDEs) to Faust code
- Calculate stability of ODEs and FDEs at an operating point