Linux Audio Conference 2011
Web-enabled Audio-synthesis Development Environment (WADE)
Rory Walsh, Conor Dempsey

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Collaboration and education in the world of digital audio synthesis has been facilitated in many ways by the internet and its World Wide Web. Numerous projects have endeavoured to progress beyond text-based applications to facilitate wider modes of collaborative activity such as, network musical performance and composition. When developing a software application one is faced with technology decisions which limit the scope for future development. Similarly, the choice of one audio synthesis language or engine over another can limit the potential user base of the application. This paper will describe how, through the WADE system architecture it is possible to integrate existing software in a highly scalable and deployable way. The current incarnation of the WADE system, as depicted in the WADE Examples section below, uses the Csound synthesis engine and audio synthesis language as its audio server

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