Sat/Sun March 15/16, 2014, 11am-2pm
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Web Audio, combined with other HTML5 features, sets the foundation for a new kind of musical experience combining elements of games, instruments, and music videos all with the ability to be collaborative and distributed instantly around the world over the web. Additionally, Web Audio can easily be used in offline application for performances and installations.
Yotam Mann is a musician/composer and programmer. He graduated from UC Berkeley with degrees in Music and Computer Science and worked as a Researcher at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) where he built instruments, produced high-tech concerts and assisted at summer workshops. Yotam’s favorite medium to work in is the browser. His work includes a 2013 commission by Turbulence.org entitled Submersible, and a Web EP, BETA, which was feature on Google Chrome Experiments.
To get an idea, see Stuart Memo’s Introduction to Web Audio Oscillators on YouTube: