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A Javascript Library for Flexible Visualization of Audio Descriptors

  title={A Javascript Library for Flexible Visualization of Audio Descriptors},
  author={Gerard Roma and Owen Green and Anna Xamb{\'o} and Pierre Alexandre Tremblay},
Research in audio analysis has provided a large number of ways to describe audio recordings, which can be used for enhancing their visual representation in web applications. In this paper we present fav.js, a Javascript library for flexible visualization of audio descriptors. We explain the proposed design and demonstrate its potential for web audio applications through several visualization examples. 

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