Web Audio API - some thoughts and experiments

For me, being able to use advance audio programming on the web looks like a dream just a couple of weeks ago, and I'm not the only one for sure. Doing audio programming, I've mainly experienced with Max/MSP and Pd but my interest in shared music creation / consumption and interactive systems have long seems to demand the extension of this skill set; as Udi Oron rightly argued in "Hackita" two months ago: you have no chance to convince someone to download your desktop app (Max or Pd patches for example), give them a web app instead! I'm not sure if I've heard of the Web Audio API before last week, but even if I did I probably wouldn't had a clue of how to use it back then (before learning web development and JavaScript at Hackita). Today I can say that it looks like a great solution for audio programming, and a good way to look for if you interesting in designing systems for public wide usage because of the next reasons:

Web-audio experiment screenshot

That's being said, here are my experiment with the API. If you are interesting in more information and tutorials be sure to take a look at the "Useful links" menu (top navigation bar). And as always, source code can be found at github.