Create procedural audio.
Authors and contributors to this community extension: aliustaoglu.
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This extension enables you to create your own sounds in real time without using any wav, mp3 or ogg files. It procedurally creates sounds using the Web Audio API and AudioContext.
The Web Audio API provides a powerful and versatile system for controlling audio on the Web, allowing developers to choose audio sources, add effects to audio, create audio visualizations, apply spatial effects (such as panning) and much more.
This extension can easily create chiptunes.
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Add detune to a synth
Add detune on top of the main frequency to get cool synth effects.
Add multiple detunes to a synth
Add comma separated detune values to a synth.
Add or update biquad filter.
Create a new chord.
Create an Audio Context
Create a new audio context (In most cases you only need one context and reuse it with the name).
Create or update synth with attack, decay, sustain, release gain and apply filters.
Play an existing chord on a synth.
Play a note a synth you've created before.
Check if the context already created.
||Get chord name by index.|
|🔢 Number||Chord index|
||Number of chords (For looping).|
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