11 May in TechWith BandLab Zire and Crowd review, you have two new tools for promoting your music and getting feedback from other artists and producers.
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08 Oct 2021 in GuitarNext time you're out of tune, you can just Google it, with the search-engine's new browser-based Google Guitar Tuner.
10 Mar 2021 in SynthsGoogle Arts & Culture presents AR Synth a collection of 5 classic music machines scanned into an AR environment for you to play with in your browser.
08 Oct 2020 in Synths808303.studio is a web-based music creation platform built on the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer and TB-303 Bassline developed by Yuri Suzuki and Roland. It's an 808 and a 303 - now go and play!
22 Jul 2019 in SynthsSynth YouTuber and musician Oscillatorsink has released an online editor for the Korg Volca Drum digital percussion machine. It reveals all the parameters of this little box and is completely free.
23 Oct 2018 in Studio8 banks of 8 tracks of 16 steps generating notes or MIDI CC the qwertySeq() is a dynamic and versatile step sequencer running directly in your Chrome browser - shame it looks a bit dull.
04 May 2018 in StudioSononym is a browser that's able to pick apart your samples, organize them according to certain criteria, and visualise the result. The information is stored in a database and can be searched, filtered, and ...
20 Aug 2017 in StudioThis free oscilloscope runs in your browser and can visualise audio files or your computer's microphone input - time for some good ol' physics fun with your audio material!
02 Aug 2017 in SynthsFor an open-source synth running completely online, the Viktor NV-1 is impressively fully-featured with its three oscillators (with 6 waveforms each), noise generator, LFO, 2 envelope generators, LP filter...
07 Apr 2017 in StudioWith Amped Studio, music production will too become a task that can be accomplished inside your browser, not unlike document and image editing!
27 Jan 2017 in StudioWith Yeco 1.1's new browser you really can make music touching Ableton Live without ever having to look at it