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AudioProcessingEvent() constructor creates a new
Note: Usually, this constructor is not directly called by your code, as the browser creates these objects itself and provides them to the event handler.
new AudioProcessingEvent(type, options)
A string with the name of the event. It is case-sensitive and browsers always set it to
An object that has the following properties:
A number representing the time when the audio will be played.
AudioBuffercontaining the input audio data.
AudioBufferwhere the output audio data will be written.
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