The beauty of sequenced sound

April 17, 2011 — 1 Comment

While perusing my friend Rob’s tumbl, I saw this wonderful sound matrix program called “ToneMatrix”. Since then, I have seen this reposted many times on tumblr and Facebook. If for nothing more than archival sake (in case the original URL ever goes down), I’m posting/hosting it here.

Its pretty easy: Simply click on some squares to get the music started. You can hold down the mouse and drag across the screen. Click on a square again to turn it off. Press the ‘space bar’ to clear. You can copy/paste your current pattern by right clicking.



The link to the original page is here:
http://lab.andre-michelle.com/tonematrix

Original text from the site:

Simple sinewave synthesizer triggered by an ordinary 16step sequencer. Each triggered step causes a force on the underlaying wave-map, which makes it more cute.

Based on the AudioTool engine thus no sources, I am sorry.

Press SPACE key to clear. Right-Click for Copy&Paste.

More info on my blog.

Jacob "Boom Shadow" Tirey

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  • Good times! I remember when you showed this to me. I spent an hour playing with it.

    You need to post more! 😛