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Mouse Operated Instrument

rated 3.80 / 5 stars
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Nov 26, 2009 | 7:00 PM EST

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To play, click and drag your mouse across the hexagon board. For the best results, move your mouse in straight lines along the diagonal rows of hexagons.

You should sound like Jordan Rudess in no time!

Credit for the original design goes to Peter Davies, who owns patents for the design internationally. Please check out:
http://www.theshapeofmusi tepool2

To those of you who may not be exactly music experts but are still musically curious, feel free to express your views, e.g. features you may like to have added. Someone suggested being able to write music.

But, to those of you who are all "O NOES BLAM THIS CRAP" because you have no clue what this is or don't know what you are doing, pleased don't rate or comment on this submission. Honestly. Don't embarrass yourself and go take a music lesson, THEN maybe your input will be worth anything.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Despite not knowing "what they fuck you are doing" I enjoyed this . . . a little, and I'm still gonna rate. Just an FYI saying fuck off and don't rate to potential raters is never a good idea. One suggestion I would make to this is make it so when you click on a note make the gadget remember it. That way your users can make their own music not just individual notes. Like I said, despite not knowing much about music I could see how this would be useful to someone if they just wanted to hear a particular note or wanted to test out a sound for a song in progress

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Nameless12345 responds:

Yeah, I figured I may offend some people I didn't want to. That's why I added in "and are all "O NOES BLAM THIS CRAP"". I've had people who are like "WTF IS THIS BLAMMED!" because they were retarded and didn't know what it was for, and they probably contributed to at least a quarter of the score for those submissions. Fucking dipshits. THOSE are the ones who should fuck off, not just musically curious people who didn't know what scales were or what transpose meant. ;)