This "experiment in musical composition" gives the generally curious the ability to "create and combine musical lifeforms, resulting in an organic, dynamic composition." The program uses a biological metaphor, so essentially users are creating audio "creatures" which interact with each other. Their look and sound is determined by the step-sequencer pattern and other parameters can tweak, including their audio waveform, octave, scale, melody, envelope, and volume. Visitors should just check out the demo, then go ahead and get started. You can't really go wrong and it's a remarkable aural, mind-enhancing way to spend a few minutes (or, if you're like us, hours). Take a few minutes and check out this web site at http://seaquence.org.
Kaycee Meracle from Blooms In Bloom will show how to create stylish floral arrangements in glass vases on Tuesday, June 4 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Join us to talk and dream about gardens. Sponsored by the Alice Baker Library in Eagle.
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