In 2014, I contributed to p5.js as a Google Summer of Code 2014 student. I worked on a project I proposed, Data I/O and Sound Library for p5.js.
I created p5.sound, an add-on library that brings the Processing approach to the Web Audio API. Its functionality includes audio input, playback, manipulation, effects, recording, analysis, musical timing, and synthesis. The open-source project is on GitHub, with interactive documentation and learning examples on p5js.org.
In Fall 2014, I designed a workshop on Visualizing Music with p5.js as a means to introduce aspiring coders to the p5.sound library and the exciting possibilities for creative coding with audio on the web. I taught the workshop at NYU, and in October 2014, I presented at the 2014 Mozilla Festival in London, where I led a workshop with CASH Music and BBC Future Media.