Re: Web Audio API availability for Windows and Linux

Awesome!  Glad to see you have Audiolet working with the Web Audio API.

I tried all three demos and they work great for me on Chrome Mac OS X.  The
first two demos work fine on the Safari build, but for some reason the
"sine" demo is silent.  I haven't had a chance to look at what might be
different about that one...

For some reason the graphics are not drawing at nearly as high a frame-rate
as Firefox, but that appears to be a separate issue from the actual audio.


On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 2:59 AM, Joe Turner <> wrote:

> Many thanks for this Chris, the Linux version is working fantastically
> here.
> I've just update my library, Audiolet
> (, so it now supports both the Web
> Audio API and the Audio Data API.  There's a couple of demos here -
> I'd be interested to know how they work for other folks in Chrome:
> Joe
> On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 8:01 PM, Chris Rogers <> wrote:
> > Hi Everybody,
> > I'd like to announce that the Web Audio API is now available in very
> early
> > Chrome builds (called canary builds) for Windows right now:
> >
> > Tomorrow, I expect the API to be available in dev-channel builds for
> Windows
> > and Linux (and Mac OS X still of course):
> >
> > After installing, it's necessary to go to "about:flags", enable "Web
> Audio"
> > and click the "Relaunch Now" button at the bottom of the screen.
> > These are very early builds, but I wanted to give people who are
> interested
> > a chance to try them out.
> > Chris
> >

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