This is jsynth with webworkers, and it is somewhat different because your function needs to return your function, for proper context scoping. Becuz this uses webworkers, there is also a method for changing your DSP function.
Pass your audio context, and your DSP function to the constructor. Optionally pass a 3rd param, a buffer size. See the Web Audio API for about that. A default is provided for the buffer size.
It will return a Web Audio Script Processing Node, which can be connected to any other Web Audio Node on the graph.
Simple use, generate a tone:
var master = ;var jsynth = require'jsynth-ww';/*the following returns the function that will be used for audio process.It is encapsulated in a function for scoped variable definitions.This is because the whole thing is going in a webworker scope.*/varvar tau = MathPI * 2;var f = 444returnreturn Mathsintime * tau * fvar synth = jsynthmaster sineGenerator 4096; // returns a web audio nodesynthconnectmasterdestination// later, change the functionsynthupdatenewGeneratorFunction
Your function will be called with the following arguments:
- Time, in seconds (float)
- Sample index (integer)
- Input sample (float), MONO, this will be zero if there is no input. Use this if you are connecting other web Audio Api Nodes to this one.
You function should return a float between [-1, 1]-ish, but don't be afraid to multiply amplitudes.
npm install jsynth
On mobile safari webkit (iOS), you can only initiate web audio API sounds from within a user event context, such as a click.
to run the example, use opa
npm install -g watchify opa
(watchify is browserify + file a file watcher) Then:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:NHQ/jsynth.gitcd jsynthopa -e example.js -o public/bundle.js
open your browser to http://localhost:11001