OFFF Review: Lullatone

OFFF Review: Lullatone
Work

PSFK talks to the music-making duo to discuss their new iPhone app, Dropophone.

Catalina Kulczar-Marin
  • 19 july 2010

The three-day OFFF festival showcases top digital artists, web, print and interactive designers, motion graphics studios, musicians, and more. PSFK was at OFFF Paris, and spoke with Shawn James Seymour and Yoshimi Tomida, founders of Lullatone, to find out more about their process and work. Lullatone is an music-art group that developed a collaborative music-making app called Dropophone. The iPhone app allows users to create their own minimalist melodies. Based on Lullatone’s album “Little Songs About Raindrops,” the app makes songs using drips and drops as their ensemble of sounds.

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