You’re probably well familiar with Google’s Chrome Experiments that show off the cool things you can pull off with a Web browser these days, but a new collection launched today touts the cool musical possibilities you can build too.
Google Music Lab is a small collection of interactive experiments that use the Web Audio API to do something cool. It’s a part of Google’s efforts for Music In Our Schools month and hopes to show how learning music can be more accessible by using technology.
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There’s an amazing interactive spectogram that shows you what a bunch of sounds look like in real time, an oscillator demo with cute singing shapes, a spinner that records your voice and plays it at the speed you drag, as well as a ton more.
The demos show just how much the Web Audio API can do, and the possibilities that can be built on it – making music or sounds right in your browser without needing a plugin like Adobe Flash feels magical.
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