Make Music With Your Friends On Your Cellphones

from the things-to-do-when-you-have-nothing-better-to-do dept

Roland Piquepaille writes “In “Cellphone software allows a musical jam,” the New Scientist writes that English engineers have found a way for groups of people to collectively create music using their cellphones. “Nick Bryan-Kinns and his colleagues at Queen Mary College (QMC) have developed the “daisyphone” software that let will groups of people phone into a mobile number and work together to improvise short, looping tunes.” My blog gives you more details on the project and includes a screen capture of the creation of some school kids after using the software. You can try daisyphone by yourself (providing you have Java 1.4.1). I certainly hope you’ll be better than me. “

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