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Re: Added direct JavaScript processing to WebKit prototype

From: Corban Brook <corbanbrook@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2010 10:46:41 -0400
Cc: public-xg-audio@w3.org
Message-Id: <FB8138D8-DE32-4763-B7FE-68F069C8C907@gmail.com>
To: Chris Rogers <crogers@google.com>
Yes, Chris, be my guest. Would be great to see my demos ported to work  
with your spec.

Sorry for the late reply.

re,
corban

On 5-Aug-10, at 17:55 PM, Chris Rogers wrote:

> I've implemented a JavaScriptAudioNode in the WebKit audio branch  
> and created a working demo for it which I put on the demo page:
> http://chromium.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples/audio/index.html
>
> Here's the direct link to this new demo:
> http://chromium.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples/audio/javascript-processing.html
>
> The new demo is called "JavaScript Processing" and illustrates a  
> simple amplitude modulation effect, with a WebGL visualizer to look  
> at the side lobes as they move around.  As with all the demos, it  
> requires a special build of WebKit to run with Safari or Chrome  
> (build instructions on the demo page).  But, of course, you can  
> always "view source" without running it...
>
> I'm hoping to post binaries soon for Safari and Chrome so people  
> don't have to build for themselves, but I've been busy working on  
> the direct JavaScript processing and other stuff in the past week or  
> so.  Also, soon I'll update my specification proposal to include an  
> initial API for this JavaScriptAudioNode which will be very similar  
> to what we've discussed recently on this list.
>
> This demo is pretty simple, but I'd be very interested in porting  
> some of the Mozilla demos to this API.  Corban, would it be OK with  
> you if I ported some of your demos which use the DSP.js library  
> you've been working on?
>
> Cheers,
> Chris
>


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