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November 12, 2008

DJ inside your iPhone

Who knew?

"RjDj is an amazing little iPhone application that creates aleatoric music from ambient sound in real time. It’s like having a tiny, tireless DJ in your phone, mixing constantly."

My problem is that DJ's in my head.

No wonder I'm so mixed up.

Ha ha, pretty funny, huh?

[via good.is and Milena]

November 12, 2008 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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Is it wrong for me to want an iPhone now?

Posted by: Rocketboy | Nov 12, 2008 6:07:30 PM

This guy says RjDj with the most delicious sounding accent. And I absolutely love how he makes the extrapolation between his application and drugs. "It's like a digital drug..." Catchy what?

Posted by: Milena | Nov 12, 2008 4:59:28 PM

This is a cool little application...I've been playing with it for a while...I have my iPhone wired into my car's telecom system and sometimes start bustin' rhythms while driving. The feedback and morphing sounds are cool as heck!

Kinda reminds me of the old Max/MSP ambient acoustic sampling app a friend did for museum installs...it would pick up random conversations, parse the speech and replay it mixed up...well, on a much smaller level. It is cool to see this on a device like the iPhone.

The other app that I use similar to this with algorythmic music...the Brian Eno created Bloom. Very limited in its pallet, but cool as hell!

Posted by: clifyt | Nov 12, 2008 4:52:37 PM

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