WAMs

DEVELOPERS

This section contains the current WAM API and spec (v0.1) documentation. Please use the left sidebar to view specific subsections.

An academic research paper documenting the project is available at:

J. Kleimola and O. Larkin, “Web Audio Modules“, in Proceedings of the 12th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC-2015), July 30 – August 1, 2015, Maynooth, Ireland.

and here are the presentation slides from the conference.

Source code can be found at https://github.com/webaudiomodules

2 thoughts on “DEVELOPERS”

  1. As a former owner of the DX7 (mk2), and the CZ1, I can honestly say that these web-based synthesizers are fantastic. Both manage to capture the character and sound quality pretty accurately. I do have one qualm about the WebCZ101, and that is, as far as I know, there is no way to adjust the buffer size. I’m assuming it is set at 256, which causes heavy distortion and stuck notes in all but the most powerful PCs. A good thing would be to add an option to adjust buffer size to the CZ as was done with the DX.

    1. Thanks! I agree, Oli (CZ) and Raph (DX) have done great work with the synth engines. Missing buffer size adjustment for CZ is a definite oversight, and we will fix it in next version.

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