libcm is a C development framework with an emphasis on audio signal processing applications.
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README.md

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libcm is a C application development framework with an emphasis on audio signal processing.

Some of its features are:

  • entirely written in C
  • very few external dependencies (ALSA,FFTW,Atlas)
  • a real-time audio/MIDI system
  • a dataflow system
  • many audio processing algorithms implemented in plain C.
  • file readers and writers for WAV,AIFF,MIDI,CSV,MusicXML,XML among others

libcm is big. The best way to get a sense of what is in it is to browse the documentation files here.