Google Chrome comes with an extra on music production.
The past few years have seen a proliferation of affordable hardware arrive on the market, plus a number of tablet synths and smartphone apps that let you make music on the move. Most modern digital audio workstations (DAWs) offer an entire studio for a comparatively small amount of money, there’s plenty of free legal software out there, making possible to make professional-sounding music for no money at all, with a host of virtual instruments and high quality effects. As apps move further and further into the cloud, Google sees it as the next frontier for music production. With the latest Google Chrome update, MIDI support is now offered through the browser. This update will allow anyone with a MIDI controller, to turn a website into a virtual instrument. The update allows Google Chrome to scan for a MIDI device connected to a user’s computer and use that information to playback notes on a web-based synth. If you want to try out the feature now, then Web Audio MIDI Synthesizer is a good place to start. Find the link below and start your cloud production journey. If your even more technologically inclined, why don’t you try and build your own Synthesizer with the Web Audio API. Try Web Audio MIDI Synthesizer HERE