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Question: What languages, and it what order, would you recommend someone learn if they wanted to get into audio/music related programming? And has this answer changed significantly over the past couple decades?
Asked by Nick (107.77.76.x) on August 15 2016, 9:10pm
Reply on August 15 2016, 11:08pm:
    I'd say C would be the biggest. Then assembly language (so you understand approximately what code your C compile generates). You can go C++ after that, if you want, but I'd say only use a small percentage of what C++ offers over C (templates, simple classes/single interfaces, etc).
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