Music is something that nearly everybody loves. In fact, if you know someone who doesn’t love some variety of music, I’d be wary of that person if I were you. Google opened the Chrome Music Lab back in 2016, creating a web-based space for developers and aspiring musicians to tinker with music an sound in a web interface. Today, Google has launched Song Maker as part of the Chrome Music Lab. Song Maker gives you control of a simple sequencer allowing you to create music to share and collaborate with friends.
Song Maker is pretty straightforward, though Google also provides a quick demo to get you up and going quickly. You can get started on nearly any device, as Song Maker is compatible with phones, tablets, laptops, etc. You can even plug a MIDI keyboard in and start entering your notes that way. The app just wants to make it easy to create and share songs. Check out the demo in the video below.
If you’d like to play around with the mess shown in the featured image above, you can head over to its Song Maker link and see what it does. Do please keep in mind that I was really just messing around and trying out various sound input — click, arrow, touchscreen swipe, etc. — so don’t go in expecting anything great. Google does make sure to keep your creations in the same key, so you don’t have to worry about anything coming out too funky. Most everything should fit together at least decently, as is evidenced by my “creation.”
What do you think about Song Maker? Is this something you’d like to mess around with more? Tell us what you think and share your Song Maker creations in the comment section below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.[button link=”https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Song-Maker/” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Source: Song Maker[/button][button link=”https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/1/17068046/chrome-music-lab-song-maker-google-sequencer” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Via: The Verge[/button]
Last Updated on March 2, 2018.