thanks a lot for testing! i'm very happy to hear that performance and
reproduction accuracy are ok. the only substantial changes to the codebase were
A) a workaround for missing file system access, and B) using a lighter-weight
fft library (kissfft) instead of fftw. i suppose web gui could be the next step.
On 14 Oct 2018, at 21.10, Will Godfrey <willgodfrey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 14 Oct 2018 20:14:46 +0300
Jari Kleimola <jari@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
hi all,Absolutely delighted to see and hear this. Very well done indeed.
i've ported a headless yoshimi to WebAssembly to run it in web browsers:
this was my first encounter with yoshimi as i don't have linux. it sounds
absolutely amazing to my ears. however, i had to make some (minor)
modifications to the codebase and might have missed something in the
process. can someone on the list please test if the web version sounds
identical to the linux standalone?
the initial version requires chrome, which unfortunately may have underrun
issues in linux afaik. i've tested this in MacOS High Sierra though, Chrome
69, no crackles there. sounds wonderful.
I ran it on Chromium in devuan (a slightly older fork of debian) and it
performed extremely well running all alsa and linking to my Hua-Xing keyboard.
This is quite a game-changer :) :)
Will J Godfrey
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