In February of 2010, London advertising agency DLKW created 'Codeorgan,' a site that allows you to "listen" to a website in the form of music.
The guys from DLKW have now taken Codeorgan one step further by working with Brooklyn-based experimental rock band yeasayer to let people hear what their website sounds like.
Enter any URL and a complex algorithm then defines the key, synth style and drum pattern most appropriate to the page content.
The end result is a unique signature tune for your website, with the samples taken from 'O.N.E,' the latest single from yearsayer's new album Odd Blood.
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Codeorgan and Yeasayer Reveal What Your Website Sounds Like
- By: DLKWJun 13, 2010