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Wednesday, November 20 • 14:00 - 14:50
Real-time processing on Android

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In this talk, Don Turner and Atneya Nair will demonstrate how to build a real-time audio processing app on Android using Oboe - a C++ library for building high-performance audio apps.

The talk will cover best practices for obtaining low latency audio streams, advanced techniques for handling synchronous I/O, performing real-time signal processing, communicating with MIDI devices, obtaining optimal CPU bandwidth and ensuring your user experience is optimised for each user's Android device.
Much of the talk will be live-coded with plenty of strange sounds, musical distortion and cats.

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Don Turner

Developer, Google
Don helps developers to achieve the best possible audio experiences on Android. He spends a lot of time tinkering with synthesizers, MIDI controllers and audio workstations. He also has an unwavering love for Drum and Bass music and used to DJ in some of the worst clubs in Nottingham... Read More →
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Atneya Nair

Intern, Audio Development, Google
I am a second year student at Georgia Tech studying Computer Science and Mathematics. I have particular interest in mathematical approaches to audio generation, processing and transformation. I recently completed an internship at Google focusing on Audio development on the Android... Read More →

Wednesday November 20, 2019 14:00 - 14:50 GMT
Queenhithe Room Puddle Dock, London EC4V 3DB