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22 March 2014

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17 March 2014

+ de 60 documentários sobre a Música Brasileira para assistir de graça.

by groucho & 2 others
BRASIL BRASIL – BBC4 (capítulo 1) Documentário Saravah – Pierre Barouh, 1969 (completo) CARTOLA – MÚSICA PARA OS OLHOS (completo)

+ de 60 documentários sobre a Música Brasileira para assistir de graça.

by moby & 2 others
BRASIL BRASIL – BBC4 (capítulo 1) Documentário Saravah – Pierre Barouh, 1969 (completo) CARTOLA – MÚSICA PARA OS OLHOS (completo)

11 March 2014

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02 March 2014

A history of recorded music in 90 seconds. - YouTube

by anbll
a condensed history of music in the 20th century

01 March 2014

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29 January 2014

@GreWeb - Beez, WebRTC + Audio API

by sbrothier
Here is Beez, a web real-time audio experiment using smartphones as synthesizer effect controllers. This is our second Web Audio API experiment made in one Hackday at Zenexity. This time, we were much more focused on having the best latency performance: we used the bleeding-edge WebRTC technology, which allows you to link clients in Peer-to-Peer instead of a classical Client-Server architecture.

TypedArray.org | JavaScript for interactive developers

by sbrothier
A few years ago, I wrote a little ActionScript 3 library called MicRecorder, which allowed you to record the microphone input and export it to a .WAV file. Very simple, but pretty handy. The other day I thought it would be cool to port it to JavaScript. I realized quickly that it is not as easy. In Flash, the SampleDataEvent directly provides the byte stream  PCM samples) from the microphone. With getUserMedia, the Web Audio APIs are required to extract the samples. Note that getUserMedia and Web Audio are not broadly supported yet, but it is coming. Firefox has also landed Web Audio recently, which is great news.

28 January 2014

BBC Research and Development: Audio Waveforms

by sbrothier (via)
Peaks.js encompasses a suite of software tools designed to allow users to view and interact with audio waveform material in the browser. Peaks.js uses the HTML5 canvas element to display waveform data at different zoom levels, and synchronise the display to playback of an associated audio element. The component provides some basic convenience methods for interacting with waveforms and regions of time in the audio, e.g., for distinguishing music from speech, or identifying different music tracks.

Teoria.js - Music Theory in JavaScript

by sbrothier (via)
Write a chord in the input (try C13b9 or maybe Fsus4maj#11) above and hit enter. You can click and drag your way around the wave function.

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