This interactive game offers both musicians and non-musicians the chance to see and make music

Designer James Morrow has developed an interactive audiovisual exploration of music creation. Phasing is a video game that enables both musicians and non-musicians to make music with the accessible editor. The simple interface leads to various ways of visualizing the music making process, making it easier for people to understand and grasp.

Morrow realized that he could use software to animate the phasing process and make melodies intelligible to anyone. Players can collaborate with a game that transforms their creations and unlock lots of different ways of seeing music. Phasing can be purchased for $2 from Morrow’s website. You can check it out in the video below:

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