Touch Pianist is another great HTML 5 Web Audio project, that allows you to play some favorite classical music pieces without having to worry about annoying minor little details like playing the right notes. The web app (and iOS app) responds to key presses or touch events to play the next note or chord inContinue reading »
Yesterday Instagram announced Hyperlapse, their new smoothed time-lapse app for iOS. This will inevitably lead to a proliferation of cool timelapse videos. So I thought it would be necessary for people to add Yakety-Sax (aka the Benny Hill Theme) to their timelapse videos. I’m not sure exactly if I’m proud of this but, I wentContinue reading »
This site is based on the first section from Steve Reich’s 1967 piece Piano Phase. Two pianists repeat the same twelve note sequence, but one gradually speeds up. Here, the musical patterns are visualized by drawing two lines, one following each pianist.
A few days ago I posted this random idea to Twitter So naturally I went ahead and built a reasonable approximation using my new Web Audio API powers.Continue reading »
I posted before about the HTML5 Theremin built using the Web Audio API. It’s a great implementation of the powerful features of the new Web Audio specs. There are many, many more great examples found in these github pages, including a great collection of synthesizer and visualizers and games (such as Angry Birds) that useContinue reading »