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Yotam Mann is a musician and programmer who creates open-ended compositions realized collaboratively with listeners. His interactive music pieces includes three Chrome Experiments, a Turbulence.org commission, multiple apps, and an installation with Matthew Dear. Yotam is also the author of the Web Audio framework, Tone.js.
At JS Open Day in NYC, I sat down with Yotam to talk about the possibilities of audio in the browser currently and what it means to create and open source a personal project.
[00:35]-Which camera do I talk to Stacey?
[00:55]-The interactive nature of web audio makes it exciting
[02:00]-From jazz improvisation study to MAX MSP
[05:00]-Utility versus playfulness
[05:30]-"You are one tab of many"
[06:30]- Where do you start with Web Audio( when you have no idea where to start )
Check back to see Yotam's recorded presentation "Interactive Music in the Browser" to get inspired to start playing with web audio & interactive experiences in the browser.
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