I’m sending you away from this web site again for Feel Good Friday to HERE.
“But, but, it’s just a grid! ”
It’s a musical grid, a matrix of music. Try clicking on individual blocks from left to right. The lower on the grid, the lower the note (I create a base drum beat on the bottom line) and it plays for you.
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That is some kind of awesome. 🙂
THAT IS FREAKING AWESOME!!!!
/nods. I have seen this before – way cool! You can’t help but smile! 🙂
That is so deliciously awesome I almost gave myself the hiccups.
OMG, I am going to be playing with this thing all day!
Love it! You can just fall into it and zone out for a little while.
UBER AWESOME! Try filling a whole vertical row. Or whole horizontal row. What fun!
That’s lovely. How did you come across it?
I admit, I don’t normally pay much attention to the Feel Good Friday stuff, but this is ridiculously awesome. Thank you so much for sharing it!
oh how awesome, thank you for sharing!
Amazing!!! Thank you for posting this. Sending this to all of my friends!
OK, so how many are trying to figure out how to record their compositions?
Very enjoyable. Thank you for posting this.
This is my favourite Feel Good Friday ever. 🙂
@ Twik- I am! We could totally put some lyrics to it, mix it up with an iPhone or iPad and sell it…
@Twik and Princess: how about seeing, er, hearing what your name or initials “sound” like? This is sooooo addictive! My boys and I played with it for nearly an HOUR last Friday! Now that they’re out of school for the summer, I made sure they could access it from their computers, keep ’em busy for a while…
That’s actually a virtual version of a Tenori-On, a Japanese instrument that I saw a British comedian called Bill Bailey play live on stage. I’ve coveted a real life one ever since, but according to Ebay a second hand one cost about $700. A great bit in the show was when Bill spoke about the swastika, and how it was perceived as a symbol of terror and hatred, if you programme it into the Tenori-On, it suddenly becomes a lovely little ditty. Nazis 0, Tenori-On 1!
I let my 4-year-old loose on this thing. He had a blast.