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pyc
So this is a topic where we post the links to the best-of-the best Web audio toys. Here's my contribution, probably I will be adding more...

http://seaquence.org
dyer
i stumbled on that the other night, have ya made anything interesting?

ive a link somewhere with some nice toys.. lemme see if i can dig it out of my garbage dump of bookmarks..

here tis.. wasnt so hard to find actually smile.gif

http://lab.andre-michelle.com/

some are just demos but you can manipulate and interact with alot of them (click red banner to load a module)
robbee
QUOTE (pyc @ 16. Nov 2010, 10:29) *
So this is a topic where we post the links to the best-of-the best Web audio toys. Here's my contribution, probably I will be adding more...

http://seaquence.org


That's awesome! Here's my creation: http://seaquence.org/1xp
FreqSeq
Nice topic.

Audio tool is probably my favorite. It is a collection of modular virtual hardware that you can link sequence on the fly in your browser!

http://www.audiotool.com/app


Another good one is the Whitney music box.
http://wheelof.com/whitney/index.php?var=v2
It is a really nice visual representation of math and music. Plus it is damn hypnotic too. smile.gif
xyphius
An experiment with the Tone Matrix synthesizer, an addictive online synthesizer.

http://www.youtube.com/v/oEUIdZghmW8
robotwarlord
QUOTE (pyc @ 16. Nov 2010, 09:29) *
So this is a topic where we post the links to the best-of-the best Web audio toys. Here's my contribution, probably I will be adding more...

http://seaquence.org



Man, this is awesome.
Kolor
Not something you can interact with but liked this : http://www.phoboslab.org/files/venetianization/

Venetion Snares synced with HTML5 animation
robotwarlord
QUOTE (Kolor @ 06. Jan 2011, 16:45) *
Not something you can interact with but liked this : http://www.phoboslab.org/files/venetianization/

Venetion Snares synced with HTML5 animation



I seems to be playing way out of sync for me.
jon.b
Seaquence is lovely.
This is my little darling.
DjSoul
iDaft - lil Daft punk player

http://www.najle.com/idaft/idaft/
Monotech
That was fun pyc smile.gif

http://seaquence.org/dj5
Monotech
QUOTE (FreqSeq @ 18. Nov 2010, 23:04) *
Nice topic.

Audio tool is probably my favorite. It is a collection of modular virtual hardware that you can link sequence on the fly in your browser!

http://www.audiotool.com/app


Another good one is the Whitney music box.
http://wheelof.com/whitney/index.php?var=v2
It is a really nice visual representation of math and music. Plus it is damn hypnotic too. smile.gif



Awsome act! Been havin fun for hours. smile.gif tyvm
il_mala
QUOTE (jon.b @ 17. Jan 2011, 00:51) *
Seaquence is lovely.
This is my little darling.


Good Work!
Dudeman
This is different than what others have been posting, but it's an open-source program that allows you to train your musical ear.

Solfege
LoneStar
Some of you might already know this, but nevertheless, check Earworm:

www.jco.de

3D Snake with movement controlling the music smile.gif
Of course I couldn't hold it:
Watch me reaching 450bpm
Ronic Lewis
QUOTE (pyc @ 16. Nov 2010, 09:29) *
So this is a topic where we post the links to the best-of-the best Web audio toys. Here's my contribution, probably I will be adding more...

http://seaquence.org


Love this thing, thanks for sharein….
_00z
http://www.earslap.com/projectslab/otomata

http://lab.andre-michelle.com/pulsate

Real time killers wink.gif Hours spent...
Dr. Funk
I might have spent like 45 minutes pissing off my girlfriend tripping out stoned to this. Haha. xD
pyc
stupid women... wink.gif
Lanther
Bunch of Web Synths: http://www.angryoctopus.co.nz/?cat=4
fister
some are kool
qmdsm
Can't believe I haven't seen this thread till now, been playing with seaquence for over 6 hours straight.
digitalbong
if you only have web access and need to have your quick beat making fix, try

http://www.audiosauna.com
mazmith
these things are awesome. enough to keep u distracted for sure lol
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