Thanks for reading this book on the Web Audio API. If you are a digital-audio novice, I hope that I have succeeded in giving you a solid understanding of some of the fundamental concepts. If you are a Web Audio API enthusiast, hopefully you learned something new.

Before closing, I would like to point you to a number of excellent books and web resources that I found extremely interesting and useful while researching and writing this book. My top five follow:

  1. The “Web Audio API Specification” by Chris Rogers

  2. Real Sound Synthesis for Interactive Applications by Perry R. Cook (A K Peters, 2002)

  3. Mastering Audio: The Art and the Science by Bob Katz (Focal Press, 2002)

  4. Andy Farnell’s “Practical Synthetic Sound Design” tutorials

  5. “All About Decibels, Part I: What’s your dB IQ?” by Lionel Dumond