Pixelsynth is a web-based instrument that can turn a picture of your French Bulldog into a Drake song.
Ever wonder what a Hieronymus Bosch sounds like? Or a geometric golden spiral? Or that picture of Donald Trump where he’s making a finger gun and what looks like a fart noise with his mouth? Does it sound like a fart? Well, here’s a neat time killer that your boss is sure to love.
Pixelsynth is a browser instrument, developed by New York coder Olivia Jack, that turns any image into a song. It works sort of like a piano roll, scrolling from left to right across any image — either preset or uploaded by the user — registering lighter pixels as notes corresponding to keys on the keyboard. Full story.
Brandon Rusty (Chart Attack) / June 6, 2019