HTML5 Audio Needs Your Help

HTML5 is gaining traction as a gaming platform, but there's still one problem before we can achieve the vision of a great native-to-the-browser gaming experience.  HTML5 audio, specifically the <audio> tag and its implementations across browsers, is more or less broken for games.

For details on the HTML5 audio problem, learn about The State of HTML5 Audio (hint: not good) and the troubles with Multiple Channels for HTML5 audio.  Dominic, the author of those posts, knows what he's talking about: he created Impact, the JavaScript game engine.

We need your help!  Star these issues, add comments, and even better add test cases.  Tell Chrome that you care about HTML5 audio and these issues are important!

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