01
Feb
09

Microsoft Songsmith sees the sunnier side of economic apocalypse

Nothing turns that frown upside down like some toe-tappin’ good-times music.

German composer, Johannes Kreidler, the man who took on the German RIAA with a 33-second piece composed solely from 70,200 individual samples is at it again; this time, programming Microsoft Songsmith to make eerily cheerful music from charts of the global economic meltdown.

Relax… Dance… Sing… Enjoy!

For more, check out his site.

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