Now see how music is made with the latest experiment by Google

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Now see how music is made with the latest experiment by Google

There is no words to describe the importance and value of music, it is the only way to escape from all the tensions and sufferings and because of that reason everyone loves music. And now Google comes up with a new experiment which will allow you to see how the music is made.

 

The new experiment is called Inside Music, which is designed in a manner to peel away the main layers of sound which created when an artist creates a new song. To make the all new Inside Music experiment, Google joined its hand with the popular podcast Song Exploder, along with artists such as Phoenix, Alarm Will Sound, Natalia Lafourcade, Perfume Genius, Clipping, and Ibeyi.

 

How does the new Inside Music works? Just head to the Inside Music website, and select a song from one of these artists. The website then switches to WebVR format, and you can listen to the song, and you will also see a full 360-degree view of various virtual balls, each one of them will have a music layer from the song which you are listening to. The website will also allow you to turn off each layer by clicking on the ball that represents that element, which means you can listen to the individual part of your favourite song. Moreover, the website also shows that ‘Headphones Recommended’.

 

 

If you are a musician or someone who admires music a lot, then the new experiment by Google maybe something to check out. With its WebVR app you can watch and interact with it from inside your VR headset, and it also allow you to interact with it from your smartphone or the browser of your desktop. You can check the source code of the new Inside Music via GitHub, with this you can create your own music visualization layers.

 

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Source: Google