Frank 4k WebGL demo – Lessons learned

So, I’ve just released my first proper 4k WebGL demo: Frank 4k! It’s a neat multi-part demo with 3D graphics and a low-fi synth tune, all written entirely in JavaScript (as far as I know, it’s the first of its kind). Try it here (compressed) or here (“safe mode”, no compression, with error checks etc). …

Muon Baryon in 6k JavaScript

I present to you my latest hack: Muon Baryon for JavaScript/WebGL. (Note: requires an HTML5/WebGL browser, a decent graphics card, and the pre-calculation time before the demo actually starts is quite long). The Original So, what is Muon Baryon? It’s a Windows 4k demo originally created by Youth Uprising, Ümlaüt Design and Outracks. More precisely, it’s …

Sonant Live – sneak peek

Have been working on a web tool that I think is a bit different from the rest: It’s a music tracker that runs entirely in your browser! It’s currently a beta-release, but with some patience and training you can get it to do wonderful things. So try it out now: http://sonantlive.bitsnbites.eu/ The most annoying limitation …

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 …