C++ Real-Time Audio Programming with Bela: a free YouTube course
Starting in the March 2020 lockdown, I began producing a series of free video lectures on C++ audio programming using Bela. The course now stands at over 20 lectures of 30-60 minutes each.
The material is based on my teaching at Queen Mary University of London, where I teach a course Music and Audio Programming which is a core part of the MSc in Sound and Music Computing and the PhD in Artificial Intelligence and Music.
Each video lecture features several hands-on activities where the viewer is invited to pause the video and work on a code or hardware exercise, based on companion materials freely available on GitHub.