Creative Break—Make Your Own Music

I love this wonderful website! Click to create circles, then listen as they produce gorgeous tones when they touch each other. Enjoy!

6 Responses to “Creative Break—Make Your Own Music”

  1. 1 K a b l o o e y November 12, 2010 at 5:02 pm

    This is unexpectedly fun and addictive. Did you try setting off two circles from opposite corners, so they never make a sound since they’re never complete? Then try setting up concentric circles this way, then on and on. The math/music minded could do far more complex and interesting things with this little program. It’s so cool because I can tell I’m barely scratching the surface.

    • 2 stranglingmymuse November 12, 2010 at 5:52 pm

      I spent so much time trying different circle configurations that I think I tried everything! Yes, you are right that it’s addictive…

      Glad you enjoyed this as much as I did, Kablooey!


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