I'm interested in audio programming for fun and learning. I'm somewhat experienced with FlowStone/SynthMaker as my play ground.
I'm now thinking of learning Juce. Should I jump into Juce?
The benefits I'm aware of (Juce over FS/SM):
* Real C++ coding flexibility
* Can port to iOS/Android
* 32/64 bit compatible
* AAX/RTAS compatible [not relevant for me]
Is there any major advantage that I'm missing?
Can I use JUCE to stream audio (via ASIO) in and out to the code directly, without compiling it to VST/AAX/RTAS or port to DAW?
Use case is real time testing on windows PC with an audio interface, without DAW.
sine wave generator --> Audio interface analog in --> PC domain (ASIO) --> Juice code change in real time --> ASIO out --> audio interface analog out --> analyzer