August 2015 -- This contest is a joint partnership between CMIA, MMA, Google, and AMEI, to sponsor the promotion of web based music and audio application development and innovations, by leveraging the latest development in web audio APIs and web MIDI APIs, to develop new products and services, and creating more business opportunities for the music industry.
1) The dates and arrangement of the contest:
2) Contest rules and selection criteria:
3) Contest participation registration:
If you would like to participate the contest, please enter your information below to register:
More information about the contest and Hackathon will be sent to all who registered.
4) Learning resources for web audio and web MIDI application development:
1.As a collaboration between Yamaha and Google, there are two code labs for developers to use and to learn:
oWeb audio code lab (in Chinese): https://codelab.b0.upaiyun.com/webaudio/index.html?zh-cn (the original English codelab:https://webmusicdevelopers.appspot.com/codelabs/webaudio/index.html?en-us)
oWeb MIDI code lab (in Chinese): https://codelab.b0.upaiyun.com/x-webmidi/index.html?zh-cn (the original English codelab:https://webmusicdevelopers.appspot.com/codelabs/x-webmidi/index.html?en-us)
oApplication code for the Code Labs on Github: https://github.com/hanguokai/codelabs(the original English version: https://webmusicdevelopers.appspot.com/codelabs/x-webmidi/index.html?en-us)
oVarious articles, demo code samples, and references, from Google Developer Relations team:
2.Chris Wilson's web audio API usage samples: http://webaudiodemos.appspot.com/
3.Eric Bidelman's web audio article on HTML5Rocks (in Chinese):http://www.html5rocks.com/zh/tutorials/getusermedia/intro
4.Bill Luan's web audio intro presentation deck at the 2014 China Music Expo:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7cCqqjbylzvSzhEUjdnZXNCVjQ/view?usp=sharing (at the end of the deck there are more demos and reference links)
5) Some selections of MIDI hardware for developers to consider: