This project is a part of my doctoral research at CCRMA (The Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics) in Stanford University.
Copyright 2011-2014 Hongchan Choi.
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Special thanks to Chris Rogers, who invented the world of web audio, for invaluable guidance and feedback. I am also grateful to several Googlers who have been supportive on this project: Greg Simon, Dimitri Glazkov, Chris Wilson, Raymond Toy and Boris Smus. Lastly, I sincerely thank to CCRMAlites - Jonathan Berger, Chris Chafe, Ge Wang, Luke Dahl and Juhan Nam - for helping me bring new ideas into the computer music.