A real-time audio rendering system for the Internet (iARS), embedded in an electronic music library (IAEM)

Christopher Frauenberger; Winfried Ritsch
DAFx-2003 - London
The internet Audio Rendering System (iARS) is an Internet browser extension extending the browser’s capabilities with real-time signal processing. The proposed system allows to receive audio streams from the Internet and apply various audio algorithms with no additional computational power needed from the server. iARS is part of the Internet Archive of Electronic Music (IAEM) project which is also presented in this paper.The IAEM is intended to be a platform to access an extensive and distributed archive of electronic music. It combines collaborative tools, real time signal processing on the client side and the content of the archive to a powerful teaching, research and publishing tool.