Some Demosceners came up with the idea “how much music you can make with one line of code“. It didn’t take long, and some guys came up with some code to experiment with: just put it some strangely technical code onto the software and let the result be heard. After that it didn’t take long and some other guy build a JavaScript-environmnt around this program to make it on the web. After that, some visualizing goodness was added to the thing. You can try it out for yourself at this site.

And this is how it looks like:

Cool thing – it remembers me on some other experiments from the last years, like Tweet-a-sound, Tweetcoding in ActionScript3 or demo in less than 140 characters.

Blog, Research and Theory - Date published: October 22, 2011 | 2 Comments

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  1. ipauli said:

    Very nice. Reminds me of stuff these guys do:

  2. 020200 said:

    Well, I do not see the connection directly. Could you explain it a little bit more in detail, ipauli? I see repetitive music, but what about the code-side?