--- DOODLEIZER | DRAW, UPLOAD, PLAY | Beta |||| Doo-Dle-Izer |||| ---| ButtonBass Make Music online. Play the Virtual Piano With Your Keyboard. Patatap Otomata 16 Jul 2011 Click on the grid below to add cells, click on cells to change their direction, and press play to listen to your music. Update: Click here to get Otomata for your iPhone / iPod / iPad! Official facebook page: Also this reddit page has many examples: And there is a subreddit for Otomata: Otomata is a generative sequencer. Each alive cell has 4 states: Up, right, down, left. at each cycle, the cells move themselves in the direction of their internal states. This set of rules produces chaotic results in some settings, therefore you can end up with never repeating, gradually evolving sequences. If you encounter something you like, just press “Copy Piece Link” and save it somewhere, or better, share it! Here is something from me to start with: And here is an action video: Here are replies to some common questions: Q: MIDI Output?
NYU Music Experience Design Lab Groove Pizza History The ideas behind Groove Pizza began in Ethan Hein's masters thesis work in 2013 at NYU, then extended into the physical and web realm in collaboration with Adam November and his senior thesis project. In late summer 2015, Adam November coded up our first web prototype and the MusEDLab began user testing with kids and music and math educators in NYC. In January 2016, development began on the current Groove Pizza for MathScienceMusic.org as a mobile and web app for playful creation of musical grooves through shapes and math concepts. Interested in circular music patterns? MathScienceMusic Groove Pizza Credits: Original Ideas: Ethan Hein, Adam November & Alex Ruthmann Design: Diana Castro Software Architect: Kevin Irlen Creative Code Guru: Matthew Kaney Backend Code Guru: Seth Hillinger Play Testing: Marijke Jorritsma, Angela Lau, Harshini Karunaratne, Matt McLean Odds & Ends: Asyrique Thevendran, Jamie Ehrenfeld, Jason Sigal
DESIGN SQUAD . String Thing Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! 1 - harmonics of 55hz A musical realization of the motion graphics of John Whitney as described in his book "digital harmony" Animation and music by Jim Bumgardner of krazydad.com and the wheel of lunch. Jim makes free puzzles, including sudoku, killer sudoku, kakuro, mazes, and thousands of other puzzles. Music box variations: var. 0 - chromatic - 48 tinesvar. 1 - harmonics of 55hzvar. 2 - harmonics of 20hzvar. 3 - harmonics of 48hz, reversedvar. 4 - harmonics of 48hz, palindromevar. 5 - chromatic - 88 tinesvar. 6 - microtonesvar. 7 - harmonics - 120 tines, reversedvar. 8 - chromatic - 88 organ pipes, rev.var. 9 - chromatic - 88 bars, rev.var. 10 - chromatic - 64 pipe cyrpto calliopevar. 11 - minute waltz - 60 keys, 60 secondsvar. 12 - chromatic - prime numbers onlyvar. 13 - chromatic - non-primes onlyvar. 14 - stereovar. 15 - stereo - 120var. 16 - stereo - 210var. 17 - hand crankedvar. 18 - stereo drone (new)var. 19 - stereo sonar (new)var. 20 - bell carol (new)