AudioKit Examples Converted to Swift

By Matthew Fecher, May 2015


Interested in working with audio and synthesis in your iOS and OS/X apps?
AudioKit is the premiere new library on the block.

When I came across it, I knew that I immediately wanted to contribute. This past weekend, I just finished porting all the remaining Objective-C examples to Swift (over half-a-dozen projects).


Created by Aure Prochazka, AudioKit has garnered a rapid amount of support very quickly. Equally impressive is the extensive amount of detail and documentation devoted to quickly onboarding new developers and users. It’s a shining beacon of what an open source project should be.

You can check out the Swift examples here:

I’m humbled to have contributed in a small way.

Check it out:!

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