For inspiration: open source realtime signal processing language

For those of you who work on signal processing in gnu radio, the sources
of the realtime programming environment SuperCollider may be worth a
look. It’s been around for quite a while and in the audio domain it is
considered lightweight, modular, and very efficient. It is premised on
making the instantiation of signal graphs very fast, so that they can be
reassembled in realtime without glitches. In any case, I’d be curious of
what you think about it from an RF-perspective …

The processing modules (so called unit generators) are here:

Prof. Julian Rohrhuber
Institut Fuer Musik Und Medien
Georg-Glock-Strae 15
D-40474 Duesseldorf