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WavesJS Tutorial

Benjamin Matuszewski, Norbert Schnell, Samuel Goldszmidt
This tutorial session will present WavesJS, a client-side low-level library dedicated to the audiovisual rendering of recorded audio signals and related data in the browser. The library has been designed with a strong focus on flexibility and modularity, and offers a set of extensible building blocks supporting a large range of applications. Along with the submitted paper, the workshop will present the general structure and architecture of the library (particularly the ui and audio components). A more in depth approach of the low level features will be achieved through the implementation of a simple application. WavesJS on GitHub: https://github.com/wavesjs
            
@inproceedings{2016_EA_tut2,
  abstract = {This tutorial session will present WavesJS, a client-side low-level library dedicated to the audiovisual rendering of recorded audio signals and related data in the browser. The library has been designed with a strong focus on flexibility and modularity, and offers a set of extensible building blocks supporting a large range of applications. Along with the submitted paper, the workshop will present the general structure and architecture of the library (particularly the ui and audio components). A more in depth approach of the low level features will be achieved through the implementation of a simple application. WavesJS on GitHub: https://github.com/wavesjs},
  address = {Atlanta, Georgia},
  author = {Matuszewski, Benjamin and Schnell, Norbert and Goldszmidt, Samuel},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the International Web Audio Conference},
  editor = {Freeman, Jason and Lerch, Alexander and Paradis, Matthew},
  month = {April},
  pages = {},
  publisher = {Georgia Tech},
  series = {WAC '16},
  title = {WavesJS Tutorial},
  year = {2016},
  ISSN = {2663-5844}
}