Each year NAfME organizes the ‘Music in Our Schools Month‘ (miosm) to advocate the positive benefits of introducing music in schools. This year, to support this cause, Google has launched the Chrome Music Lab as part of Chrome Experiments.
The main idea behind the Music Lab is to use technology to make music more accessible to the masses. On the website you can find a series of experiments that let you visualize how music is made. You can access these experiments at g.co/musiclab .
video from Google Chrome Youtube Channel
After learning about this initiative, I quickly went to their website to check out how this program was intended to work. The interface is visually appealing and you can find some experiments right on the homepage. You can quickly start playing by just selecting any experiment. All these experiments are accessible on all the devices and you can play around with the music right on your browser.
I must confess that I instantly fell in love with the entire concept of creating your own music and spent around 3 hours doing nothing but playing music. You can also create your own tunes and experiments by using the open source code provided by Google.
I’ve managed to make a few videos of what I created on the Music Lab.
In the Spectrogram experiment, you can actually visualize the wave form how music flows. Additionally, if you are a singer, this experiment can help you to work on your voice and modulation.
Sorry for the bad music that I’ve made, but my basic idea was to show how simple it is to create some good tunes on the Chrome Lab.
So, start exploring the music lab and see if you can code some musical wonders!
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