Welcome to the documentation section for the AMaMP project.
The AMaMP Core
following documents provide resources for users of the core, including
developers who want to write front ends to target it. The features
in these documents will, in general, be implemented as of the last
release and ready to use.
- An overview of what the AMaMP core aims to do and some simple
examples of using it.
- Describes the syntax that can be used in input files that are
fed to the AMaMP core.
Specification - Provides an overview of the method through
which programs can communicate with AMaMP "while it works".
- Details specific messages that may be exchanged with the AMaMP
The AMaMP Input/Output system is modular and based around a set
of IO files that are built into the core or turned into loadable
modules at build time.
Documentation - io2c is the AMaMP input/output module
build tool, being developed for release 0.4. It is included in
release 0.3.1 and above.
The AMaMP core supports effects modules in a plug-in style system.
This sections documents it.
- If you simply want to use effects modules, this section is for
you. This is where individual effects and the parameters they
take are documented.
Under The Hood
- If you want to know how the effects system actually works beneath
the hood, e.g. because you want to implement an effect yourself,
this section is for you.
- fx2c is the AMaMP effects build tool. This document describes
how to use fx2c to write effects for the AMaMP core.
Core Working Documents
The following documents detail the latest working specifications
for core development. It won't all be implemented, and how soon
implementation is planned may or may not be available on the Core
page. Of course, if you really want something implemented soon and
have the skill to do so, see this page.
The Core: Resources For AMaMP Core Hackers
If you're interested in hacking at the AMaMP core, this section
details what you need to get started. Note that some of these documents
details what is there already and some are plans for what may (or
will) be done.