April 25, 2015

Google Chrome now supports MIDI



Good news: Google integrated Web Audio API to it's browser.
It means that now you can use your MIDI devices to control virtual instruments without installing VSTi. Hope, that developers will actively use Web Audio API to create new virtual instruments.

Your Chrome should be updated to version 43 (Chrome beta).

Try virtual synth here:
https://webaudiodemos.appspot.com/midi-synth/index.html

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