OAK: the Occam Audio Kit (2005)
The Occam Audio Kit is a library of experimental occam-pi components for doing various audio-related things: music sequencing, sound synthesis and processing. The eventual aim was to provide a framework that could be used to implement software synthesisers and digital effects on Linux systems and embedded devices.
LOVE: the Live Occam Visual Environment (2006)
LOVE is a graphical live-programming environment written in occam-pi, using audio synthesis and sequencing components similar to those in OAK. Here's a simple example of a LOVE network that multiplies the output of two sine-wave oscillators, and shows the output on an oscilloscope:
You can also see a more complex network with two synthesisers controlled by MIDI sequencers.
The development of OAK and LOVE was partially funded by EPSRC grant EP/P50029X/1.