In digital audio, software plugins are commonly used to implement audio effects and synthesizers, and integrate them with existing software packages. While these plugins have a number of clearly defined formats, a common standard has not been developed for the web, utilizing the Web Audio API. In this paper we present a standard framework that defines the plugin structure and host integration of a plugin. The project facilitates a novel method of cross-adaptive processing where features are transmitted between plugin instances instead of audio routing, saving on multiple calculations of features. The format also enables communication and processing of semantic data with a host server for the collection and utilization of the data to facilitate intelligent music production decisions.
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