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tramp
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realtime audio in the web browser

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Faust 0.9.67 include a new tool which is called faust2webaudioasm.

This tool, based on developments by Myles Borins at CCRMA, and by Mike Solomon and Stephane Letz at GRAME, allows to make realtime audio applications in a web browser ! faust2webaudioasm uses emscripten to translate Faust programs to efficient Javascript code (asm.js) embedded in a single HTML page.

I've make a guitarix-lite example for grame which could be visited/used here:
http://faust.grame.fr/www/guitarixlite.html

check out more examples here:
http://faust.grame.fr/index.php/compone ... -faust0967
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I've forgot to say, comments ain't welcome :o
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tramp wrote:I've forgot to say, comments ain't welcome :o
;). I think it's awesome and taking things into a fascinating direction.

The buffer size dropdown might be more prominent, on my system it doesn't perform well with lower buffer sizes - though it's not using a lot of CPU at all.

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