NoiseCraft Is A Free, Open Source Modular Synthesizer That Runs In Your Web Browser

Developer Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert has released an updated version of NoiseCraft, a free visual programming language and synthesis platform that runs in Chrome or Edge web browsers.

Chevalier-Boisvert says that NoiseCraft is “Inspired by Max/MSP and PureData, but designed to be more approachable to beginners.” It’s intended to be a free tool for exploring synthesis and a teaching tool, and is best suited for exploring additive, subtractive and FM synthesis.

There are a variety of examples available at the NoiseCraft site:

Note: Chrome or Edge web browsers are required.

Source code for NoiseCraft is available via Github.

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