I’m currently doing a coding bootcamp that’s wrapping up in mid-January. I’m currently knocking ideas around for my final full stack project.
I’m currently thinking of doing a fairly basic sampler/sequencer similar to MLR but far more basic with only the ability to either load samps to tracks (16 steps) and/or record samps to tracks. Then have the ability to play those tracks and cup them up in real time.
On top of that, have a graphic representation built in React with the same functionality. So to reiterate:
- Use the Grid 256
- Have 16 tracks made up of 16 steps
- Tracks are able to have samples loaded or recorded
- Each track of made up of one audio file is able to be chopped up in real time
- Same interface of the Grid, but built in React
My question is, is this possible with the current node module made for the grids? I’ve played with it a bit, mostly just went through the tutorial on how to use it, but not sure if I should go down this route in case things like recording audio etc aren’t possible (though I’ve search some modules and there are things out there that look like they’ll work).
Anyhoo, just wanna get everyone’s 2 cents who has experience using Node.js / React.
Cheers / Thank you!