AudioDestinationNode interface represents the end destination of an audio graph in a given context — usually the speakers of your device. It can also be the node that will "record" the audio data when used with an
AudioDestinationNode has no output (as it is the output, no more
AudioNode can be linked after it in the audio graph) and one input. The number of channels in the input must be between
0 and the
maxChannelCount value or an exception is raised.
AudioDestinationNode of a given
AudioContext can be retrieved using the
|Number of inputs||
|Number of outputs||
|Channel count mode||
Inherits properties from its parent,
unsigned longdefining the maximum number of channels that the physical device can handle.
No specific method; inherits methods from its parent,
There is no complex set up for using an
AudioDestinationNode — by default, this represents the output of the user's system (e.g. their speakers), so you can get it hooked up inside an audio graph using only a few lines of code:
const audioCtx = new AudioContext(); const source = audioCtx.createMediaElementSource(myMediaElement); source.connect(gainNode); gainNode.connect(audioCtx.destination);
To see a more complete implementation, check out one of our MDN Web Audio examples, such as Voice-change-o-matic or Violent Theremin.
|Web Audio API |
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