Rachel Tepper from Huffington Post DC introduces a project by Bluebrain, an experimental music group:
Following up on an interactive musical experience designed for the National Mall, D.C.’s experimental-pop duo Bluebrain on Tuesday released “Listen to the Light,” a mobile app that uses a phone’s GPS location to weave together musical themes inspired by New York City’s Central Park.
As you approach one area, you hear one piece of music. As you move, the music changes — the melody could be generally the same, but the piece may begin incorporating different instruments, different volume levels and other variations. As you move to other areas of the park, the melodies may change completely. How it changes is up to you and how you move through the park, but it’s designed to always blend seamlessly.
A great example of utilizing technology in the creative process to explore new ways to create.
Read the full article here
Go to Bluebrain to find out more about their projects.