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AudioNodes are the building blocks of an AudioContext . This interface represents audio sources, the audio destination, and intermediate processing modules. These modules can be connected together to form processing graphs for rendering audio to the audio hardware. Each node can have inputs and/or outputs . A source node has no inputs and a single output. An AudioDestinationNode has one input and no outputs and represents the final destination to the audio hardware. Most processing nodes such as filters will have one input and one output. Each type of AudioNode differs in the details of how it processes or synthesizes audio. But, in general, an AudioNode will process its inputs (if it has any), and generate audio for its outputs (if it has any).

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AudioNodes are the building blocks of an AudioContext . This interface represents audio sources, the audio destination, and intermediate processing modules. These modules can be connected together to form processing graphs for rendering audio to the audio hardware. Each node can have inputs and/or outputs . A source node has no inputs and a single output. An AudioDestinationNode has one input and no outputs and represents the final destination to the audio hardware. Most processing nodes such as filters will have one input and one output. Each type of AudioNode differs in the details of how it processes or synthesizes audio. But, in general, an AudioNode will process its inputs (if it has any), and generate audio for its outputs (if it has any).

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