Isle of Sound: a sequencer powered by little cars

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16 Responses to “Isle of Sound: a sequencer powered by little cars”

  1. knoxblox says:

    Ha! This is fun to play with, even for non-musicians!

  2. AirPillo says:

    Even more approachable than the famous music mode in Mario Paint

  3. skysky says:

    Oh man this thing is awesome! I wasted like an hour putting cool loops together. I’m not a musician, but it was still really fun to poke around. Here’s something I put together really fast: http://isleoftune.com/?id=3698 Looking at other people’s islands is fun too. A lot sound like a bad version of kraftwerk (mine does) but some are quite snarky, like this one: http://isleoftune.com/?id=3418

  4. Anonymous says:

    Likey Like! But why is the scale only pentatonic?? Now I can’t make a Philip Glass Island. Bugger.

  5. cameronh1403 says:

    Very cool….good use of flash

  6. Anonymous says:

    Where’s the Never Gonna Give You Up Island?!?!!

  7. cyberscythe says:

    This is a very charming little flash app.

    Reminds me of the playscape inside of Treasure World (that Nintendo DS no one except me “played”). Except this is, like, a million times better in terms of execution.

  8. holtt says:

    It’s like minecraft for music :)

    Here’s my attempt at a round…

    http://isleoftune.com/?id=3797

  9. Frentick says:

    Doesn’t load for me; the loading screen stops right before it finishes. Anyone else having the same problem? Did the site get slashdotted?

  10. Anonymous says:

    what the hell do it means

  11. Anonymous says:

    Reminds me very much of the Befunge programming language, and its various derivatives, especially those direction changing arrow squares.

  12. Anonymous says:

    super fun. great intro to making music. heres my creation http://isleoftune.com/?id=3789

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