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JavaScript for Sound Artists : Learn to Code with the Web Audio API

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Learn how to program JavaScript while creating interactive audio applications with JavaScript for Sound Artists: Learn to Code With the Web Audio API! William Turner and Steve Leonard showcase the basics of JavaScript language programing so that readers can learn how to build browser based audio applications, such as music synthesizers and drum machines. The companion website offers further opportunity for growth. Web Audio API instruction includes oscillators, audio file loading and playback, basic audio manipulation, panning and time. This book encompasses all of the basic features of JavaScript with aspects of the Web Audio API to heighten the capability of any browser.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 253 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12.7mm | 432g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 70 colour illustrations, 18 black & white tables
  • 1138961531
  • 9781138961531

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Overview and Setup Chapter 3 Getting Started with JavaScript and The Web Audio API Chapter 4 Operators Chapter 5 Conditional Statements and Loops Chapter 6 Functions Chapter 7 Objects Chapter 8 Node Graphs and Oscillators Chapter 9 Using HTML and CSS to Build User Interfaces Chapter 10 DOM Programming with JavaScript Chapter 11 Simplifying DOM Programming with JQuery Chapter 12 Loading and Playing Audio Files Chapter 13 Factories and Constructors Chapter 14 Abstracting the File Loader Chapter 15 The Node Graph and Working with Effects Chapter 16 The Biquad Filter Node Chapter 17 The Convolver Node Chapter 18 Stereo Panning, Channel Splitting and Merging Chapter 19 The Delay Node Chapter 20 Dynamic Range Compression Chapter 21 Time Chapter 22 Creating Audio Visualizations Chapter 23 Adding Flexibility to the Audio Loader Abstraction Chapter 24 Building a Step Sequencer Chapter 25 AJAX and JSON Chapter 26 AJAX and JSON The Future of JavaScript and the Web Audio APIshow more