Of course, part of the reason that they are able to come out with new products regularly in spite of the small size of their company is because they use Smalltalk...
The music is generated by an array of digital signal processors. The UI is written in Smalltalk and generates code that runs on the DSPs. So, the actual code that produces the music is produced by Smalltalk, but isn't Smalltalk.
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Saturday, July 10, 2004
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