Go is a programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. Go is a programming language created by Google engineers Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike and Ken Thompson. It is a statically typed, compiled language with syntax loosely derived from C and Java. GoAudio is a library for doing audio editing and recording in Go. It's written with portability in mind, so it can be used on all platforms that have a working implementation of Go. It supports recording from multiple sources at the same time, and writing to multiple streams at once. Audio editing libraries are used to manipulate audio files and streams. They can be used to play, record, and edit sound files. Popular Go Audio Editing open source libraries for developers include: rtsp-simple-server - readytouse RTSP / RTMP / HLS server; beep - little package that brings sound to any Go application; oto - A lowlevel library to play sound on multiple platforms.