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  1. Thanks for this, man! Looks awesome. Gonna dive into it soon!
  2. Hi there, justsomeguy and other readers, In the meantime I built something, within my limited possibilities (not really knowing javascript and all), which kind of does exactly what I want. Except that, unfortunately, the audio files are not precisely synced... :-(( I read that in order to get them sync I would have to organize them in a mediagroup, but I really don't understand the explanations of the mediaGroup property. I can't seem to find a clear demo of how to actually use it. After grouping my 4 mp3's in a mediaGroup, how do I control that whole thing?? Any hint is highly appreciated. 4audio_volume.html
  3. Thank you, justsomeguy! You make it sound manageable :-) I'm working on step 1 and 2 now, which seem doable. I will post the result of my labour later on.
  4. Hello there,Here’s a question from a composer of modern music cq webdesigner with basic knowledge of html/css and scratching the surface of javascript. I'm a newbie here. I would very much like to build something like this (of course this is merely schematic):A1 A2 LA3 A4A1,2,3,4 stands for Audio 1,2,3,4 (These are four tracks that should be playing simultaneously.)L is the "Listener".Now, one should be able to move the "L" by cursor or finger (phone, tablet), towardsthe different corners, which then should effect the volume. Moving close to A1, one should hear that track louder and the other tracks softer.Moving in between A1 and A2, one should hear these tracks at the same volume,but louder than A3 and A4, etc. The volume transitions need to be smooth.Could anyone give me a hint as to how to start building something like this?Any help would be highly appreciated!Thanks
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