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Audio n-Genie: Domain Specific Language for Audio Processing
Specialized development environments represent today an important added value for domain specific system providers suffering the lack of a dedicated, ergonomic, efficient and affordable tool able to boost their core business. This paper describes Audio n-Genie, a domain specific language and its associated development environment supporting the automatic production, by mean of component-based model-driven generative programming, of digital audio processing applications.
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