Joseph and Magnus will walk us through the usage, theory, and application of the WebAudio API along with how to combine it with WebAssembly to make high-performance web-based audio processing software.
By the time the talk is finished, you will have enough information to know whether you’re interested in WebAudio or not.
Be warned: There will be DEMOS
18:30 - networking
19:00 - talk start
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Usage, Theory, and Applocation of the WebAudio API
Joseph is an IT Consultant with a background in web technologies. Over the last 5 years, he’s built everything from high-availability distributed systems, 24 hour hackathon-winning projects, high-value trading platforms, to DevOps pipelines.
Magnus is a keen software engineer with a focus on DSP and embedded hardware. His interest in DSP stems from a degree in Acoustics and Audio processing, which he’s applied to audio R&D in the Automotive industry. In his spare time, he competes in hackathons and contributes to Open Source software.