With Google’s new Chrome Music Labs you can draw music, learn arpeggios, make melodies, play with your voice and more, all in your browser.
Google have always been innovators in web browser technology, experimenting with the extent of web-browser capability and functionality. Today Google launched their new “Chrome Music Lab” a website featuring 12 different tools you can use to learn and experiment with sound and music in gorgeous, unique ways.
From an incredible visual experience using a spectrogram to cartoon monkeys drumming under your guidance, there is something bound to fascinate even the musical veterans in Chrome Music Labs. Created for Music In Our Schools Month, encouraging children towards music, the Music Lab was created to encourage learning music through the unique use of technology, as well as the possibilities of in-browser technology.
Google say of the Music Lab: “Music is for everyone. So this year for Music In Our Schools month, we wanted to make learning music a bit more accessible to everyone by using technology that’s open to everyone: the web. Chrome Music Lab is a collection of experiments that let anyone, at any age, explore how music works. They’re collaborations between musicians and coders, all built with the freely available Web Audio API. These experiments are just a start. Check out each experiment to find open-source code you can use to build your own.”
Try out Chrome Music Lab for yourself and learn some music or just have some fun: musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Experiments