Swift audio synthesis, processing, & analysis platform for iOS, macOS and tvOS
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AudioKit is an audio synthesis, processing, and analysis platform for iOS, macOS (including Catalyst), and tvOS.
In Xcode 13:
You can AudioKit and any of the other AudioKit libraries using Collections
- Select File -> Add Packages...
- Click the
+ icon on the bottom left of the Collections sidebar on the left.
Add Swift Package Collection from the pop-up menu.
- In the
Add Package Collection dialog box, enter
https://swiftpackageindex.com/AudioKit/collection.json as the URL and click the "Load" button.
- It will warn you that the collection is not signed, but it is fine, click "Add Unsigned Collection".
- Now you can add any of the AudioKit Swift Packages you need and read about what they do, right from within Xcode.
In Xcode 11 & 12:
To add AudioKit to your Xcode project
- Select File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependency.
https://github.com/AudioKit/AudioKit for the URL. You can define which version range you want, or which branch to use, or even which exact commit you would like use.
All AudioKit documentation is generated from this repository. The documentation that appear in the
docs folder generate the AudioKit.io Web Site. API documentation appears on the Github wiki.
The AudioKit Cookbook contains many recipes for simple uses for AudioKit components.
Post your problem to StackOverflow with the #AudioKit hashtag.
Once you are sure the problem is not in your implementation, but in AudioKit itself, you can open a Github Issue.
If you, your team or your company is using AudioKit, please consider sponsoring Aure on Github Sponsors.