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MIDI web synth (was Re: MIDI proposal implemented)

From: Chris Wilson <cwilso@google.com>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 12:04:10 -0700
Message-ID: <CAJK2wqWW58PFA5wxBa-H6pFsW+C0LEASUy42anS+t14cPW-hLg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Peter Nyboer <pete@lividinstruments.com>
Cc: public-audio@w3.org
I found a few spare moments to graft MIDIBridge on to Aike's Web Audio
synth.  Try it out at http://midiwasynth.appspot.com/, check out the code
at https://github.com/cwilso/webaudiosynth.  Note that MIDIBridge can take
a few seconds to grab the MIDI device, so I put a popup dialog in to let
you know it's ready to go.

On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 12:33 PM, Peter Nyboer <pete@lividinstruments.com>wrote:

> I just joined this list. I saw Chris Rogers preset the Web Audio API at
> Stanford's CCRMA a couple of weeks ago and was really blown away.
> I'm quite interested in native MIDI support in a browser along with the
> Web Audio API. I'm not much of a web developer - I mostly do integration
> and programming for our MIDI Controllers (http://www.lividinstruments.com).
> The ability to build music apps that work in a browser using our
> controllers is extremely appealing to me professionally and personally.
> I've taken a look at some of the simple examples of the MIDI Bridge, and
> they are indeed promising. Are there any examples that use the MIDI Bridge
> in concert (pun intended) with the Web Audio API?
> Let me know if there are things you'd like tested or commented on, and
> I'll try to follow this aspect of the spec. Hopefully I get some time to
> try coding some things that are interesting to me!
>
> Peter Nyboer
> Livid Instruments
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