Audio SPI Apps, Libs, and Engines in 2021

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Summer 2021, Audio SPI content production Apps, Libs, and Engines are being ported to Linux and macOS.

Fall 2021, Audio SPI software development will therefore be done under Windows 10, Ubuntu (Studio) 20.04.2, and Mac OSX Catalina using Intel oneAPI.

Before Winter 2022, software products are not going to be made available on Audio SPI website.

In 2022, Audio SPI software engines are to be deployed over the cloud as SaaS from (presently pointing to one of SPI’s visual artwork websites.

Think of a Google search engine where you would type in a few text chunks to obtain a serie of audio tracks as results.

That is what audio engine will offer.

SPI website will also have its video engine and texto engine available.

Since 2017, SPI has gone for profit. Audio, Video, and Texto SPI open source Apps, Libs, and Engines are not available anymore as open-source on the web. Some older generic versions can be found online. Even an old generic version of the SPI AI core library can be found online.

SPI AI core library was initiated back in 1995 and is not based on Deep Learning.

Before 2022, SPI is open to transfer open source apps to other corporations.

Audio SPI Applications Fall 2020 Windows 10 64bit Release

Hi All,

Fall 2020, Audio SPI and Video SPI applications and libraries are all being build for Windows 10 64bit (and 32bit) using recent Visual Studio compilers (VS 2010, VS 2013, VS 2017, VS 2019). Most of these apps and libraries are multiplatform (Linux, Mac OS, Windows) but the builds found on and are compiled against Windows.

The Fall 2020 testing of these hundreds of Windows Audio and Video Production applications will be mostly restricted to Windows 10 64bit platform. However, some of these applications still work under Windows XP, most do work under Windows 7 and later.

It is our wish to be able to deploy most of the Audio SPI and Video SPI Production in the cloud sometimes in 2021.

Stay tuned!


AudioSPI in Sept 2019

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Fall 2019, AudioSPI.COM sells 30-day support on its proprietary 200+ audio and video applications (in English, French and Spanish). The AudioSPI applications are server-oriented and enable music artists, music producers and artistic video producers to efficiently generate visual content from audio tracks minimizing human interaction. Optionally, AudioSPI applications do provide automatically generated and customizable GUIs (Graphical User Interface) as well as audio and video I/O (Input/Output). AudioSPI.COM also plans on selling visual content production service using its unique software applications.

AudioSPI’s initial vertical market is to be composed principally of DJs (Disc Jockeys) and VJs (Video Jockeys), this, in Montreal, in North America and in the World. AudioSPI founder, Stephane Poirier aka DJ-OIFII aka VJ-OIFII, uses AudioSPI applications to generate music and visual which can be used as demonstrations to clients and used in live events when sold as a service. A minimum of R&D activities will enable AudioSPI market to grow to specific niches such as a wider range of music and artistic video artists. Pushing the software applications to the cloud will enable AudioSPI to sell artistic content production automation to other type of entrepreneurs who nowadays need audio and video footage to create ads. The AudioSPI long-term goal is not only to automate the audio and video content production but also to automate the texto content production such as blog and e-books with minimal human interaction.


Stephane Poirier started programming 2D video games at age 13. Back in 1989, Poirier became music publisher and music concerts producer for his brother Carl a talented music composer. Between 1989 and 1991, Poirier not only sold and financed 50+ music concerts, but also participated to these live multimedia events by securing the visuals producing considerable amount of artistic video footage deployed over multiple large old televisions.

From 1985 to 2010, Poirier has held many research positions at Laval University, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Massachusetts in Boston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Sherbrooke and McGill University. Over the years, Poirier has also held many corporate positions in Quebec and California. He has developed commercial software for EXFO, MATROX, CJ and XEROX as well as scheduling and visualization software for USA military schools and American Medical Response through the Californian military contractor ISERA GROUP INC.


After 30 years of artificial intelligence (AI) research and audio, video, geo and texto software development, the core AI software component named Offworld Virtual Being (OVB), designed and written solely by Poirier from 1995 to 2001, is finally ready to be deployed in society. From 2010 to 2017, Poirier wrote 200+ open source audio applications. From 2017 to 2019, Poirier wrote 10+ closed source video applications along with deploying its web presence over 15+ proprietary wordpress websites as well as over social networks. Fall 2019, Poirier is finally entering in marketing and business development phase with AudioSPI.COM. A scaling strategy needs to be determined. In parallel to the sales development this fall, Poirier plans to write multiple e-books for presenting the purpose of AudioSPI software applications and for teaching how to use AudioSPI software applications and services.

AudioSPI.COM is currently being configured and its official launch is planned for August 17, 2019!

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AudioSPI.COM provides support for 250+ Open Source Audio Apps.

In 2019, AudioSPI Open Source Apps are distributed in C or C++ languages along with prebuilt dependencies (libraries) and precompiled binaries (executables).

All AudioSPI Apps have been developed with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 or newer and all AudioSPI Apps have been tested under Microsoft Window 7 or newer.

Some AudioSPI Player and Recorder Apps also work on Microsoft Windows XP and earlier.

AudioSPI Synthesizer Apps do need Microsoft Windows 7 or newer. AudioSPI Synthesizer Apps are derived from a Public Domain Audio Library that was developed for Apple OS and Apple iOS and ported by SPI to Microsoft Windows. SPI is a short for Stephane Poirier Intelligence or Stephane Poirier Individual.

AudioSPI Apps depends on many multi-platform open source software libraries. But, as opposed to typical Linux Open Source Apps projects, each AudioSPI Apps project comes with the complete set of dependencies similar to commercial applications. However, AudioSPI Apps do not interfere with the OS folders. AudioSPI Apps do not come with an install or setup app, AudioSPI Apps can be executed directly from their respective release folder. While many AudioSPI Apps are distributed as 32 bit binaries along with the source code, some Video Apps and Sampler Apps need to manipulate large amount of memory and are therefore distributed as 64 bit binaries along with the source code.

Most AudioSPI Apps code is also non-GUI and written with a multi-platform focus. AudioSPI Apps are all command-line audio and video Apps. When, for a given App, a GUI is provided, know, the GUI, called a VOROGUI, will automatically construct itself and will be a semi-transparent layers proving 2D polygons in which the user can click. Holding down the CTRL key along with mouse clicks, the user can configure and save the automatically constructed GUI for future executions. A semi-transparent VOROGUI can always be made visible or not visible. We encourage running AudioSPI Apps using a batch file for a multitude of parameters can be set to control the Apps execution.

AudioSPI will be completely Touch Screen friendly. But in 2019 distributions, Touch is not fully supported yet. Google Android and Apple iOS smartphone users, stay tuned, the best AudioSPI Apps have yet to come!

AudioSPI plans to distribute Apple and Linux versions in 2020 and 2021.

AudioSPI audio samples and audio tracks are not distributed along with the source code and binaries.

Future Magicvan3000 AudioSPI distributions (aka DJ-OIFII and VJ-OIFII distros) will include audio samples and audio tracks along with image and video samples.

These complete DJs and VJs product suites will be available on Magicvan3000.COM sometimes in 2020 and 2021.

Artificial Intelligence driven – Music and Video producers product suites will become available in 2022 or earlier. Artistic Music and Video Editing will never be made simpler. The automation of custom audio, image and video sample libraries creation will be simply a few clicks away. A slave to your computers you shall be no more. Let AudioSPI Apps do their magic and rather have the CPUs, GPUs, VPUs and even QPUs available in your world really start working for you.

Summer and fall 2019, English and French world class 30-day developer support will be available for half a dollar a day. That is $20 CAD (approx $15 USD or € 13 EUR).

From fall 2019, Spanish world class 30-day developer support will also be available for three dollars a day. That is $132 CAD (approx $100 USD or € 89 EUR).

Support in other languages than English, French and Spanish is planned to be gradually deployed in the course of 2020 and followings.

Yes, AudioSPI.COM accepts many cryptocurrencies.

To inquire AudioSPI.COM crypto wallet ids, please call and speak directly with the Chief Software Engineer and Open Source Software Author, Stephane Poirier.

AudioSPI.COM is currently ready to receive USD PAX (PAX), Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Stellar (XLM).