Jason (jcreed) wrote,

uggggh so like every six months I try whatever the latest thing there is to make seamless audio loops without resorting to flash or something and of course it's a tremendous boilerplate-filled pain in the ass and doesn't work right anyway no matter what I do. Still audible clicks, even using chrome webaudio api, even on a perfectly clean .wav file of a sin wave (because .mp3s add extra 1152 samples padding of course haha) that has matching zero-crossings at its beginning and end, and which loops seamlessly in audacity. Has any real human actually succeeded at this?
Tags: audio, web

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