A Different Song Every Time: The New Bronze Music Format

A Different Song Every Time: The New Bronze Music Format

New format alters the musical components of a song every time you listen to it so it's never the same song twice.

Emma Hutchings
  • 27 may 2011

Musician Gwilym Gold and producer Lexxx have come up with the concept for a new music format called Bronze. Gold’s first solo single Flesh Freeze has been the first song available to download in this new format. According to the website, Bronze is:

A new non-interactive format in which recorded material is transformed in real time, generating a unique and constantly evolving interpretation of the song on each listen.

It alters the musical components of a track so that each time you listen to it, it sounds different. Each play is unique; the lyrics may be changed around, certain instruments may be taken out or enhanced, and it may start and finish at a different point.

You can find out more and download Flesh Freeze for free at the Bronze website. It currently only works on Mac OS X but on June 6th it will be available in the iTunes App Store for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch for a limited time. Support for Android and Windows PCs is currently being developed.

Bronze Format

Gwilym Gold

[via Wired]

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