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audio data API – audio generation demo

At BarCamp Bankgkok 4, 16 year-old programmer, Thai Pangsakulyanont, did an awesome presentation (that I now know he hacked together in 2 hours before the presentation) on the Audio Data API in Firefox 4: audio generation demo.

Simply, the demo uses the mouse button for a crash cymbal, mouse actions as an arpeggiator, and the accelerometer (Orientation events) to apply a low-pass filter. I remember Thai from BarCamp Bangkok 2 where he made a Wiimote demo with Linux (and he was 14 then.)

If you also have a demo and some code to share, please let us know: @mozhacks (twitter account) or leave us a comment.

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  1. Greg wrote on January 3rd, 2011 at 13:21:

    Thai’s audio generation demo is awesome. I can’t believe he created it in two hours. He’s a prodigy…

    I created a Guitar Tab Player using the Audio Data API. The demo and the source code are available here: http://www.gregjopa.com/2010/12/html5-guitar-tab-player-with-firefox-audio-data-api/

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