It’s been a busy week – from inspirational new technology to finding out how musicians brains ‘work’ and really work, here’s our pick of the best of the arts this week:
It can be hard for disabled people to make music – so, as part of his final project at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, Andreas Refsgaard has designed Eye Conductor, which lets you control sampling software with your face.
To help everyone learn about music, Google has launched Chrome Musiclab. They’re really fun to play with – we really like the piano roll!
Wonder when it will write its first symphony?
(well the funny ones anyway)
Broadway is replacing rush queues with digital lotteries
Instead of camping outside in the rain and the snow, you can now sign up for discount Broadway tickets online. We wonder how that would go down at the Proms…