Sunday, February 28, 2010

What Does Your Website Sound Like?


If you're looking for something uniquely brilliant that could bust boredom, then go to http://codeorgan.com. CodeOrgan is a spankin' new web craze that translates web page codes into music. A brainchild of Andy Morris and Andy Goodridge of DLKW, a London-based marketing and advertising firm, this fantastic on-line musical contraption reads your blog's and just about any website's body content via a complex alogorithm that defines key, synth style and drum pattern. Cool, huh?

Well, I had a ball listening to my URL's melodious cosmos, and it sounded out-and-out techno on the first try. Just the way I like it. After a few minutes, I changed my background color, played it again, and the notes aren't as groovy anymore. Still, sound tripping on CodeOrgan is one nifty way to kill time.

Andy Morris, DLKW Head of Technology, and Andy Goodridge, DLKW Head of Digital Design, on CNN


1 comment:

Harshad Sonaje said...

Good one..