JAM with Chrome




LAUNCH EXPERIMENT




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Author:
Google
http://www.google.com/chrome/jamLondon, United Kingdom

From the Author:

JAM with Chrome is an interactive web application that allows friends in different locations to play music together in real time through their Chrome browser, using the latest HTML5 technologies. You can choose from one of 19 instruments and up to 4 people can JAM together in a session. To start your own JAM session visit jamwithchrome.com
Technology:

HTML5, Websockets, Web Audio. To find out more about the technology visit: http://jamwithchrome.com/technology
Tags:

Audio Not WebGL

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By Cat on July 24, 2013

As cool as this is, why is there no strum function for individual strings on the bass? If I want to play a note more than once I have to tap the key repeatedly, which sounds awful and lags, making gaps between notes which would normally never be there. Dedicating the / ' [ = keys to plucking would be a good idea in my opinion, and not causing it to halt the note completely while plucking with those keys would be much better. It's fine to stop the note on lift up of the actual fret keys, but there ought to be a way to prevent that nasty gap by using specific plucking keys. Actually, you could use the Z A Q 1 keys, since they would become redundant with the introduction of strumming/plucking keys.




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