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The Rational Keyboard is an HTML5 web app demonstrating a consonance model in just intonation. It’s kind of like a piano with infinitely many keys (one for each rational number) that move around and resize based on what sounds good.
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With this stylish little program you will control the time shift on a Drum ‘n’ Bass Track. In addition to this, you could make the MP3 play backwards. The visuals will put you in an altered state of consciousness without the use of drugs. This work is part of the Acromatic Simplicity series, a sequence of simplistic interactive works and videos.
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What started as an early-aughts gimmick led by 2manydjs has since morphed into a full-blown pop-culture phenomenon with party animals like Girl Talk disseminating their name-that-sample form of music far and wide. For multilayered tracks where the original samples become indistinguishable, Web Technologist Cameron Adams developed the Anatomy of a Mashup, breaking down his own creation “Definitive Daft Punk” as an example to “reveal its entire structure: the cutting, layering, levels, and equalization of 23 different songs.”
The online visualization tool breaks down and analyzes the complicated construction, demonstrating how individual sounds work together to form the whole in a diagram of rainbow-colored concentric rings. The beautiful animation lends a unique understanding of the intricacies of the particular mashup, joining the audio and visual for experiences not unlike “little slices of synchronous art, designed to please all of your senses.”
To make that direct connection between what unfolds on the screen with the art of the mashup, Adams built the site using the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technology so that the browser renders the song as it plays and evolves for a visual that performs in real-time.
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Just playing around with photography, soundrecording and a little ActionScript. This tiny tool was created in collaboration with a friend of mine who’s an expert on beatboxing. Press K, S and H for boxing the beat!
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