Most Popular

The Yamamura Mellenium signal cable is a cult classic. Japanese, handmade, rare.
The Audio Classifieds
buy and sell audio quickly and easily

Advanced search

A A A
0.00 (0 votes)

Ever wondered what it would be like if the spirit of Philip Glass inhabited one of your web browser tabs? Well, now he can. Sort of. “Musical Chord Progression Arpeggiator” is a browser-based, JavaScript-powered harmonic exploration tool. Punch in a chord progression, then a root key and Church mode and go to town. The audio plays back in your browser with some fixed bpm choices. The real gem here is the array of arpeggiator shapes, which are copious and endlessly amusing. Music! Theory! Nerds! Go! But it’s also fun that, this being in the browser, you can click the ‘view’ ...

The post Explore harmonies in your browser with this free arpeggiator appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.


Ever wondered what it would be like if the spirit of Philip Glass inhabited one of your web browser tabs? Well, now he can. Sort of.

“Musical Chord Progression Arpeggiator” is a browser-based, JavaScript-powered harmonic exploration tool. Punch in a chord progression, then a root key and Church mode and go to town. The audio plays back in your browser with some fixed bpm choices.

The real gem here is the array of arpeggiator shapes, which are copious and endlessly amusing. Music! Theory! Nerds! Go!

screenshot_677

But it’s also fun that, this being in the browser, you can click the ‘view’ menu at top and hop into a JavaScript editor. The code is pretty readable, too, even if you’re not an excerpt.

I hope someone actually forks this and adds MIDI export, for instance. And I could imagine this idea of all these arpeggiator shapes in an app, too.

Plus, I get to say hat tip to Brian Eno. (Wait. It’s Eno. Deep bow to Brian Eno.)

Go go go:

https://codepen.io/jakealbaugh/full/qNrZyw/

The post Explore harmonies in your browser with this free arpeggiator appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.


Read full article on Create Digital Music CDM


Rating

Seller Ratings.

Price
Product state
Shipment
Timely

Users' reviews

Log-in to add review
Recommended Reading...
Previous Next Play Pause

Most recent Ads

Hathor is a set of Audio Reference Towers that compares to six-figure systems and will completely sh ...
Klipsch RF-7 II Floorstanding Speakers
Sonus Faber Lilium RedSonus Faber Lilium Red
2019-04-01 09:24:49Amplifiers33700 USD
speaker is like new
Am My Used OPPO UDP-205 4k Blu-Ray player
Yes, you can buy cheaper speaker stands but we all know the old saying "You get what your pay for".
The Yamamura Mellenium signal cable is a cult classic. Japanese, handmade, rare.