Web Audio API lets us make sound right in the browser. It makes your sites, apps, and games more fun and engaging. You can even build music-specific applications like drum machines and synthesizers. In this article, we'll learn about working with the Web Audio API by building some fun and simple projects.
Through my journey, I thought I would document and showcase 50 of the most interesting properties and values I found. I created use-cases for many of them, with simplified code samples you can look at, reference, and play with. I also included a number of properties that are still experimental, but will likely be usable soon. I also included several well-known properties but with lesser-known values, so you can deepen your knowledge of them even if you've already heard of them. There are also some browser-specific things in here.