Introduction / TL;DR Existing note-taking apps like OneNote or Evernote are unsatisfying to me, especially when it comes to ordering and structuring your notes and keeping control over your data. This is why I have built an app called NENO (an acronym for “network of notes”) that not only lets you take notes, but also… Continue reading Serendipity and the most detailed map of my knowledge that ever existed
Did you come across digital clipping in web audio apps? I certainly did several times (mostly in my own apps though). This undesired effect occurs when you play several sound sources at the same time, which results in a signal that is louder than the maximum of 0 dBFS. Since a digital system is unable to… Continue reading Should your web audio app have a limiter?
I just wanted to mention that I did this thing called Beatsketch last year. It lets you make music on the web without having to know much about making music. BeatSketch from Sebastian Zimmer is a collaborative music production tool that Sebastian developed for his Master’s degree in Computer Science. A song consists of multiple… Continue reading Beatsketch
I made another little tool after CAAT, the WAV Builder. This time it’s not about testing filter algorithms, but synthesizing waveforms which are then rendered and saved as a WAV file. It helps me sometimes to test stuff. If it should help you too, that’s great! WAV Builder uses the great Recorder.js. https://webaudiotech.com/sites/wav-builder
CAAT, the custom audio algorithm tester is a page that let’s you try out your own simple audio filter algorithms. Just (mis)use the textarea for coding and listen to what you get. There are some examples on how you would do basic things. It helps me sometimes, when I just want to check something out… Continue reading CAAT – Custom audio algorithm tester