Making Music With 140 Characters

Making Music With 140 Characters
technology

Using a basic musical code, a group of composers have come together to produce an album of electronic music.

Dan Gould
  • 11 december 2009

Using a basic musical code, a group of composers have come together to produce an album of electronic music. The tracks were created using the open-source SuperCollider, and each piece was made using only 140 characters. The project was (not surprisingly) originally started as a conversation on Twitter.

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