Photo credit: Samuel John Butt

Photo credit: Samuel John Butt

A few weeks ago, I posted a story about Beck releasing his latest album exclusively as sheet music. To hear it, someone has to play it. And depending on who’s playing it, the songs could sound completely different each and every time.

Now, debut solo artist Gwilym Gold has released a “constantly-evolving” album that changes slightly with every listen. But unlike Beck’s DIY approach, you don’t have to actually play music to enjoy it.

All you have to do is listen to it more than once. The songs change on their own, made possible by software—The Bronze app—created by Gold himself. The app works by remixing the songs each time, while adding new sounds that are generated by the program.

Just don’t get too attached to any one version.

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Written by Christopher Skinner
Christopher Skinner

September 24th, 2012 at 3:43 pm

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