The IDMIL Digital Audio Workbench aims to provide an accessible interactive platform for intuitively exploring key concepts in digital audio.
Both Time- and Frequency-domain views of signals are presented, as well as audio rendering of parameter manipulation.
Numerous modular graphs are available, which can aid in teaching and studying issues such as aliasing, quantization, the effect of dithering, and more.
Please follow the links below to explore different subsets of the workbench:
Detailed information is avaialble in the project’s README file.
By Josh Rohs, Travis J. West & Marcelo M. Wanderley
with contributions by Eduardo Meneses, Christian Frisson, Erivan Duarte, and others.
Copyright IDMIL/McGill University, 2020-2021
This is a preliminary version of the tool.
Note that so far we have only tested the project on recent Chromium-based browsers. Furthermore, the display is not yet adequately responsive for mobile devices and other small screens.
If you have any suggestions, questions or comments, please feel free to send us an email.
This software is licensed under the MIT License.
fft.js copyright (c) 2017 Fedor Indutny
fili.js copyright (c) 2014 Florian Markert
All other files copyright (c) 2020 The Input Devices and Musical Interaction Laboratory (IDMIL), McGill University
- Christian Frisson
- Edu Meneses
- Erivan Duarte
- Josh Rohs
- Marcelo M. Wanderley
- Travis West
- Maxwell Gentili-Morin