I don’t know if the link already was posted here, so forgive me for double posting.
All (DSP/Audio/FX) programmers: take a look at SOUL! It seems to be a very cool C-like language for programming DSP-like things. It reminds me a little bit of chuck or CSound. For me, it’s a very cool thing, because it brings a C-like language together with avoidance of some really error-prone programming problems (like wrapping around array indices and some more features).
Currently the only really “host” seems to be JUCE. But I think creating a LV2 host or a Teensy-Audio-Lib-host should be possible. In the examples there is a TX81Z processor (it does not have all the original features) but for an example very impressive.