JavaScript synth source released

For those who want to try out the JavaScript sound synth yourselves, I’ve released the source code. It’s available in a GIT repository over at Gitorious: https://gitorious.org/js-sonant/js-sonant.

The code has been released under the zlib/libpng license, so use it as you wish. Many thanks to Jake Taylor (Ferris / Youth Uprising) for making the original Sonant synth available.

To make your own music, use the simple Sonant editor tool (it’s a Windows tool, but it works well in Linux/Wine too).

I still haven’t made any tool for converting the song data to JavaScript. There’s also an online tool available for converting binary Sonant song files (.snt) to JavaScript song files that can be played by js-sonant.

Happy hacking!

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2 Responses to JavaScript synth source released

  1. TBD says:

    thanks for sharing the code – lots of tricks to learn from it.

    ps. do you have a twitter account ? would love to pick your brain sometime ;)

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