JSONLoops is a multi-user audio sequencer reminiscent of Fruityloops. Audio playback is handled by node.js servers, while multiple browsers act as control devices. Songs are stored in the JSONloop format, which are simply nested JSON arrays.
This is Alpha software which was created for NYC Music Hack Day 2011. We won best collaborative project. This library works and is awesome. It could be epic if we all work on it.
We are currently trying to raise money to make JSONloops a "real" project, instead of just a proof of concept. Please visit: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1141308765/jsonloops-open-source-real-time-multiuser-audio-se?ref=live to read more.
npm install JSONloops
Now you will have to rebuild node as 32bit, since irrKlang doesn't support 64 arch's yet.
cd /path/to/node ./configure --dest-cpu=ia32 make make install
We'll be replacing this last step with a much easier process soon.
To get started, you'll want to clone the JSONloops project and use the demo server
git clone https://github.com/marak/jsonloops cd jsonloops node server.js
The audio sequencer will now start playing on your local machine, you'll hear sounds. To access a control interface for your JSONloops server, visit http://localhost:8080/
Because I'm insane.
A JSONLoop is nothing but a nested JSON array that follows a somewhat specific format.
the arrays are nested in the following hierarchy * SONG * TRACKS * MEASURES * BEATS
can anyone create a proper json-schema to represent this? it also has to validate the loop is well formed...
Elijah Insua - Writer of C bindings, solver of the hard problems