I am currently following a training at the IRCAM on Max/MSP. I am an XCode developer and I create audio applications for the iPad and iPhone. My aim is to be able to integrate Max/MSP real-time audio possibilities into iOS projects. Thus I am very much interested in the new Export possibility with Gen to C++ classes.
There are existing projects that have been built with PureData and LibPd with some great real-time abilities as well as the possibility of building and using patches in a direct way. Therefore I hesitate whether to dig into Max/MSP and to rely on the Gen export, or to rely on LibPd that has already used on various projects.
Would someone know if the iOS export with Gen is a path that Cycling intend to continue actively? Can I rely on the iOs Export to be able to use most (if not all) of the Max/MSP real-time audio possibilities? How well are the C++ classes optimised regarding performance? Or would it be safer for the time being to LibPd?