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Node-RED hacking – audio library front-end

Posted on Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 in hacks, library by DP

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Paul over at Dorkbotpdx writes:

When I started the Audio library, a nice GUI (like Puredata or Max/MSP) seemed an impossibly distant dream. Then, in this forum thread, I learned of the open source Node-RED project.
Over the last few days I’ve been coming up to speed on modern Javascript tools like jQuery and D3, to hack Node-RED into a GUI front-end. Much work still needs to be done before this is usable, but I’m pretty excited about the possibilities!

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