9 episodes

Over the past 2 years, The Audio Programmer has grown from a YouTube page (where I have been teaching people how to create audio apps and VST plug-ins as I was learning) into one of the larger communities for audio developers of all levels on the web!



This podcast is a resource for those who would like to learn more about the latest in audio software development and music tech with monthly guests.

The Audio Programmer The Audio Programmer

    • Education
    • 4.6, 7 Ratings

Over the past 2 years, The Audio Programmer has grown from a YouTube page (where I have been teaching people how to create audio apps and VST plug-ins as I was learning) into one of the larger communities for audio developers of all levels on the web!



This podcast is a resource for those who would like to learn more about the latest in audio software development and music tech with monthly guests.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

JoshStovall ,

The real deal

Great insight to the audio programming/music technology industry!

krkumar11 ,

Some good info, subpar production

I really wanted to love this podcast since audio programming is my job, and I've been recently looking for ways to improve. However, while some of the guests do have some good insight and references to different tools, the podcast is disappointing in terms of interview quality and post-production/editing.

Most recently, I was trying to listen to the interview with Jules (founder of JUCE) in my car on my daily commute. Given the prestige of the interview subject, I was hoping for some great material, but after about 15 minutes, I couldn't listen to anymore for the following reasons:

- First and foremost, the audio quality of the remote interview (Skype or something similar) was abysmal. The volume from Jules was low, the audio was constantly dropping samples/was glitching, and I could barely hear anything Jules was saying given the background noise of my car being on the highway. Even at full volume, I couldn't hear Jules that well, but my eardrums were nearly shattered every time the host resumed speaking. Given that this is a podcast made by and for audio programmers, I find it extremely disappointing that very little (if any) effort has been put into the actual podcast's audio quality.

- Additionally, I don't find the host's questions to be that well thought out or helpful for a listener. E.g. "do you find that doing projects helps you learn better than doing tutorials?" To me, this is a no-duh type of question. Maybe this benefits other listeners, but I just don't find questions like that to be very valuable.

Podcasts are everywhere nowadays, and I feel the good interview ones need to have well structured questions, concise but useful information, and good audio quality. Unfortunately this just seems like another "shoot the breeze for an hour and then hit upload" series out there, and I don't feel it's worth my time as a listener. Which stinks because, again, I really wanted to like this one....

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