Want to find out what happens when you collage various YouTube videos together and play them all at different times? Darren Solomon has made this possible with the Bb 2.0 project that consists of music clips from separate videos and spoken word.
We’ve all had a glimpse of songs other people have created cutting and pasting separate videos together, but Darren Solomon from the band ‘Science For Girls’ lets you easily do it for yourself. All the videos can be played simultaneously but somehow still sound pleasing to the ear. You can also mix your own music and get different sounds with the individual volume sliders.
The video above is a song from Darren Solomon’s ‘Science For Girls,’ but to play with his Bb 2.0 project, you’ll have to visit In B Flat.
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Darren Solomon's 'In B Flat' is Your Own Personalized Song
- By: Shelby Lee WalshMay 24, 2009