There's a ton of awesome stuff happening in WebAudio right now. If you want more, check out http://audiocrawl.co
I'm really excited about a combo of Node/websockets (real-time), NW.js/Electron (GUI), Emscripten/ASM.js (reusing audio libs) and Web Audio API. Amazing things can come out of this.
a: click with a slight rattle, like rattan brushes
b: closed hihat
c: distored synth bass with rattle, like tambourine
d: distored synth bass higher pitch and muted
e: muted synth bass
f: sizzle ride hit like crash
h: muted maracas
j: synth snare
k: deeper snare
m/n: tap on closed hihat - maybe striking the hardware?
o: booming tonal bass
p: half muted tonal bass
q: muted bass
r: very muted, blockish bass
s: synth splash
t: agogo bell
u: guiro upstroke
v: guiro downstroke
y: synth snare
z: concert bass
(): beat = 1/3 - note: triplets will begin on the letter before the first open paren, it modifies the space before, not after, each note.
You can hear it weird here: http://typedrummer.com/53d811
vs. without the triplets at the end, only in the middle, so less broken sounding: http://typedrummer.com/4x2977
EDIT: Ok, workaround: just put the first character in parens - http://typedrummer.com/hoxj64
Absolutely different from this, but also fun!
And since everyone feels like sharing his own crap, I'm doing it as well http://typedrummer.com/j5c05o
Edit: it's funny how Firefox (37) gets completely insane when it hasn't the focus on the tab anymore
I put in a few of the improbable words from the Library and this one turned out well: chaotic but mellow
Seems like I've just got a new side project :)
Sounds better than the original though.
By the way, it usually takes me less than 15 minutes to set up SSL and that includes obtaining the certificate. "Let's encrypt" will make this even more of a non-issue in the future.
Firefox 37.0.2 on Ubuntu 14.02 LTS 64 bit. Reproducible, crashed already 3 times.
This could actually be very useful for meditation.
Let's do break beats. :)
Nice though, thanks!
EDIT: Forgot to mention; on Linux (Ubuntu 14.04)
Not as ominous as I hoped.