Give it a minute to warm up
Dig this, good execution and music. What's HTML5 like working with for interactive audio etc? Am I right in saying it's capable of audio filters, reverb and such?
Not sure man, haven't really dug into it
You can make fairly accurately modelled synthesizers with it though (like that Moog Google doodle), which is pretty rad
Glad you guys are into it!
I love the abstraction and minimalism of this. What's the song?
Junior Boys, So This Is Goodbye
@spotpilgrim: Alright, I enjoyed this one way more than your last. Good work! Also, make it so you can hold down the mouse and it just freaking spams them. Then it's perfect.
I'll see if I get the time to do this today, but I'm pretty sure I made it not do that for ideological reasons
Manually clicking creates a better feedback loop and more player investment, I feel
NEED MORE DOTS... *click *click *click *click *click *click *click *click *click *click *click *click
You can use the mousewheel to change the size!
@spotpilgrim: I can't get the mouse wheel to do anything. I'm using the latest version of Firefox.
Firefox doesn't play nice with certain things, which is why I generally develop for Chrome
It's shitty when your stuff doesn't run cross-platform, but I do enough compatibility/testing stuff in my day job that I don't really want to worry about it in my spare time
That being said, I did just have a crack at it (Firefox) for about 20 minutes but sadly found no comprehensive solutions
@spotpilgrim: The orbit functionality doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm running Chromium 20 on Linux 3.4.
Do the other keys do anything?
I can't think of any way in which the keyboard trigger works but the code doesn't
Use your keyboard!
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