This is a followup to my previous post
Since I made that post, several people (who have some audio programming experience, unlike me) have taken my technique and greatly improved it.
Here are the links:
- PJ @ E-Phonic’s abstract Realtime Audio Syntesizer
- Andre Michelle’s tb-303 synthesizer
- flashcodersbrighton’s nice reusable class which makes it so anybody can generate their own audio
They are all very exciting, and exactly the sorts of things I was hoping would happen when I published that sound example 3-ish months ago.