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An intuitive 64-step drum sequencer progressive web app.

May You Live Until You Die

Dev blog about building an online séance for Lord Huron in support of their new record Long Lost. - lofi music 🎧

Lofi music streams for studying, working, and relaxing.


Groove Pizza is a playful tool for creating grooves using math concepts like shapes, angles, and patterns.

Live Music Jukebox

An auditory comparison of 770 artists’ live and studio tracks

How Bad Is Your Spotify?

Our sophisticated A.I. judges your awful taste in music.

Blob Opera

Create your own opera inspired song with Blob Opera - no music skills required!

Album Colors Of The Year

A collection of 150 album covers to celebrate the colors in music in 2020.

Infinite Bad Guy

Thousands of Billie fan covers, playing together.


Emulate the sound of the original TR-808 drum machine and TB-303 bass synthesiser in the music creation platform from Yuri Suzuki and Roland.

Defining the ’90s Music Canon

Quantifying the songs that will characterize the ’90s

Identifying Generational Gaps in Music

This is a music challenge, testing how well you recognize historic hits.

Spotify 2019 Wrapped

Welcome to the end of a decade. Ready for your 2019 Wrapped?

Beatboxing for Kids

Teach your child to beatbox using everyday words.

Unknown Pleasures

Joy Division: 40 years on from 'Unknown Pleasures', astronomers have revisited the pulsar from the iconic album cover.

The Process of Vulf Sans

In May of 2016 I got the coolest email that a type designer can possibly get.

Building an Oddity on the Web for David Bowie featuring the Moon 🌓

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of David Bowie "Space Oddity" and the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon

Learning Synths

Learn about synthesizers via Ableton's interactive website.

What do sound designers do all day?

Recalling my adventures in sound design and music production.

An Illustrated (and Musical) Guide to Map, Reduce, and Filter Array Methods

Map, reduce, and filter are three very useful array methods in JavaScript that give developers a ton of power in a short amount of space.