Multitrack mixing with the Web Audio API.
Documentation (and lots of cleanup) forthcoming.
Getting started (for Developers)
npm install -g grunt-cli (may require
Install Node dependencies
Build & Test
npm test or
Start a local webserver at
Usage (for... Users)
mix.js.zipfrom the Releases page and unzip it
- Put your own audio (mono mp3 or wav) in the
mix.jsonto reflect your track names and audio URLs
- Copy the directory to your webserver
To save a mix, open the dev tools in your browser and enter
JSON.stringify(App.mix.toJSON(), null, ' ')
and copy the output into
Pull requests are completely welcome and appreciated. Before submitting, please make sure that your code conforms to the Idiomatic.js style guide.
Unfotunately, PhantomJS doesn't currently support the Web Audio API, which makes meaningful testing for most of Mix.js pretty much impossible. That said, if you write code which can be tested, please submit tests with your pull request.
Bugs should be filed on this repo's Issues page. Please include any relevant details (browser, OS, etc.) as well as steps to reproduce.