A lovely new service from Adrian that allows you to sync up guitar tabs with videos. It’s a very impressive in-browser app.
If you liked the music that was playing in the breaks during dConstruct, here’s the playlist of CC-Attribution tracks as chosen by Tantek.
This is sooo nifty: Chloe’s obsessive Summer music visualisation is a lesson in responsive design and progressive enhancement. It’s also pretty fascinating.
This is a terrific piece of writing from Robin Sloan, entertaining and cheeky. Plug in headphones, and start reading and scrolling.
The East Wind was about to get a call from an angry star.
Describing itself as a radio magazine, this site gathers together audio from multiple sources. Oddly though, there’s no podcast feed and they make it hard to get at the source mp3s.
A lovely sound blog from Steve Bowbrick (one of the curators of the sadly decommissioned Speechification). Here, he gathers found sounds of all kinds together: great audio grist for the huffduffing mill.
A trifecta of nice things:
- LCD Soundsystem.
A truly beautiful piece of work: generative music based on Conway’s game of life. Go ahead: create something gorgeously unique.
Honor gives a tour of sound from space.
The New York subway schedule converted into sound by treating each line as a string.
A handy shim for audio: it uses the native implementation where possible and Flash as a fallback.
A treasure trove of music from Archive.org.
Brendan Dawes pointed me to this wonderfully playful creation. It's Flash-free, believe it or not.
There appears to be a form of synesthesia where people "hear" motion. Watch this video (repeatedly) to test your own sensory perception.
A handy little service that creates an RSS feed of upcoming music releases based on your Last.fm listening history.
Worst. Business Idea. Ever. A CD of office sounds so that homeworkers can impress clients on the phone with the sounds of industriousness. "Instant credibility for home businesses!"