Solarbeat tells you how long it takes planets to orbit the Sun, but it also makes some pretty cool musical tunes.
Here’s how it works: the tool (which Internet history nerds will recall was launched in 2010 as a Flash program) has been reprogrammed and now allows you to adjust key and add effects like echo and flutter to the sounds you create.
Tempo of the music can be adjusted by messing with orbital rates – and there’s even a neat little counter to let you know how many times each planet has zipped around the Sun.
Do you learn much? Not really. But the music is enchanting, and after a while, I found myself not needing the counter anymore. I was able to pick out certain tones and know when, for example, Mars had completed an orbit, just by listening. –Patrick
(Image Credit: SolarBeat)
This experience is simply beautiful. -Emily
this right here is the greatest thing ever I honestly feel sorry for those of you that have no idea what this is
David Hockney’s studio
Where is Mario ?!
Where is Ginuwine ?
WHERES PLEASURE P
Where’s Musiq Soul Child? Donell Jones??!
Where’s Jagged Edge?
Where has Quality R&B gone?! 🎤😫
OMG YES! Where actually IS vistoso bosses??
What do U think? 😉
that is why I like RV so much – possibility to be so close to nature.
This is Biebrza river. There is one of the wildest natural park here in Poland.
kanye: “yeah man the song is called Monster”
jay z: “i know soo many monsters i got this”
kanye: “ok but the song is about–”
>SASQUATCH, GODZILLA, KING KONG, LOCH NESS, GOBLIN, GHOUL, A ZOMBIE WITH NO CONSCIENCE