This project contains most of the Web Audio pipeline from the Bob Moog Doodle that ran on the Google homepage on May 23rd, 2012. You can see the Doodle here. The intention of this open source project is to provide a moderately complex example of how one might use the Web Audio API to make a digital synthesizer on the web. The Doodle’s Flash Audio pipeline and user interface code are not being open sourced at this time.
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