November 17, 2008 5:45 PM Subscribe
"is a music application for the iPhone. It uses sensory input to generate and control the music you are listening to. RjDj
is mainly listened to with headphones. Think of it as the next generation of walkman or mp3 player." l Michael Breidenbruecker initiated the project, now joined by a team of musical and technological thinkers and coders
l "What it’s really about is a new approach to how to listen to music, how to develop musical tools, and how communities own and share that work."The application is difficult to describe and on paper it sounds sort of silly (see the video below for a convincing demonstration). Using the iPhone’s built in microphone, the application listens for ambient noise which it then modifies and infuses into an automatically generated dynamic soundtrack.
You can download the full version for $2.99 here, or you can try out the free version (which only has one ’scene’).
How to Create Scenes (And incidentally, you can work on scenes with a laptop even if you don’t own an iPhone.)
Mentioned previously here
and in AskMe