An AudioInput is a connection to the current record source of the computer.
An AudioOutput is a connection to the output of a computer's sound card.
MultiChannelBuffer represents a chunk of multichannel (or mono) audio data.
The UGen class is an abstract class which provides the basis for all UGens in Minim.
This enum is used to specify the InputType of the UGenInput.
Here are some of the features of Minim:
If you are using Processing 2.0 you've already got Minim! So feel free to peruse this documentation and start playing with examples. If you prefer Javadocs, we got those too! Bear in mind, however, that the version of Minim included with Processing 2.0 is not the most recent version. We recommend using Processing 3.0 so that you can easily install the latest version of the library to take advantage of all the latest bug fixes and additions.
In Processing 3.0 you can install Minim from the Contribution Manager. Open the manager using the Sketch menu. Choose Import Library and then Add Library. In the Libraries tab of the Contribution Manager, type Minim in the Filter box, select the library from the list, and click Install.
If you are not using Processing,
you can still use Minim! We provide a constructor for the
that takes a plain
Object and you simply need to
define two methods
that we will find using reflection.
The download includes Processing examples and source code. Minim is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), a copy of which is included with the distribution.
If you'd like to contribute to the development of Minim, simply
fork the project on Github
and send pull requests when you've got code you'd like us to consider
for inclusion in the library. Enjoy!