I dropped my phone the screen cracked
A great library from Bill Orcutt which wraps the Web Audio API in an idiosyncratic but powerful domain language. By removing a lot of the boilerplate, the “hello world” of Web Audio synthesis, a simple sine wave, becomes
I’m quite excited about this library. I think it will be a very useful prototyping tool for playing around with Web Audio concepts in the developer console, for example. Check out Bill’s demos on tumblr before diving into the Github project.
Plans to improve scriptProcessorNode
The details of the debate are hard to follow at times, but this is certainly one to watch since any changes are likely to have an influence on how we write certain Web Audio applications.
The art of the loop
“Most current pop music is created not with live instruments, but from pre-formed, off the shelf chunks of music known as loops. Musician Matthew Herbert explores the art of the loop and the million-dollar industry that has grown up around it, and asks whether it is setting music makers free from the constraints of traditional instruments or killing creativity.”