However, as time passed, several members have left to pursue other work interests, and it has become incresingly difficult to take up the web audio challenge. We have decided that it is time to move on, but while Official.fm Labs is no more, many of its former members will continue to contribute to our open source projects in their spare time. We have moved our Github repositories to a new Audiocogs group, and you can see all of our open source projects at http://github.com/audiocogs.
We would like to thank all the people who made this fantastic adventure possible: Official.fm Labs founder Amos Wenger, Music Hack Day organizers, fellow developers, and many others. We could not have achieved what we did if we hadn’t stood on the shoulders of giants. We would also like to thank our parent company Official.fm for funding our efforts to make web audio better, and for letting us pursue and develop cutting edge web technology.
We are looking forward to continuing our open source work through Audiocogs in the future, and continuing to make audio on the web better. Please help us by contributing and using our code, and of course, reporting bugs.