Making Sweet Music

Today was a slow day on the net- in all sorts of ways. Darren Kuropatwa tweeted about a Muxicall, a fun musical toy he was playing with and invited us to join in to make music in a collaborative Web2.0 sort of way.

Uploaded with plasq‘s Skitch!

The idea is that each user decides on an instrument- strings, drums or piano and we all get together to play on a large chord grid. You can chat while you are doing it and give each other prompts and maybe orchestrate your contributions. When I first toyed making music there were about eight of use all banging away- a cacophony!

I gave it a rest and came back later when only Assaf and I were playing. It was almost a conversation of music as we communicated only through the keyboard. Magic really.

Have a listen! For those interested I used Audio Hi-jacker to record the audio.


I quite like it in a soft sort of sweet way!

4 thoughts on “Making Sweet Music

  1. What an interesting concept – my own entry with 14 others I wouldn’t exactly call musical !!!! Good Luck with the interview process next week by the way 🙂 Don’t hesitate to ask if you need any help:-)

  2. That site is soooo fun i twittered repeatedly and got some students in from meebo! I think someone recorded our jam session and sadly now ’tis time for dinner. Thank you Allanah!!

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