The W3C Web Audio API is a specification that defines an API for processing and synthesizing audio within a web application. Supported by the W3C Audio Working Group, which is a part of the W3C WebApps Activity, it should be noted that the API is considered a work in process. The API can help enable audio games, create dynamic sound effects for 3D environment modeling, and develop music DAW applications, music visualizes, educational applications, and other possibilities.
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