If Your Website Were Music..
I came across this website over at MandyMadrox.com and wondered what it would be like if I gave it the URL of my blog and my photography to see what they sounded like. My photography is a fairly chilled tune with a nice bit of synth in there for good measure my blog, however, is a completely different affair. I’ve thought of the best way to describe it but I really can’t other than it’s a mess of organ notes playing an odd scale.
The way Code Organ works is that it looks at the ‘body’ content of your page, ignores letters that isn’t a note, and from the rest it determines your most regularly used note. It also determines whether it’s a major or minor note if the number is even or odd. The next thing it does is to figure out what synth to use which is done based on the total amount characters used on that page and its percentage content. Finally it picks out a lovely drum loop by calculating the ratio of characters on the page versus the number of characters that are actually music notes.
It’s a pretty cool thing to mess around with and by putting in random URLs you can find some interesting tunes to listen to. If you want a rather long tune to listen to Wiki’s page on the Meaning of Life should do you just fine!