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Dec 27, 2009 | 3:39 PM EST

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Made this as a final project for my DMS419 class at the University at Buffalo. It's a music creation environment that uses samples from the 2007 controversy surrounding Nelly Furtado's single "Do It".

There's a Read Me-type piece of text in the SWF itself that helps to contextualize it for anybody who isn't familiar with the controversy.

Remember that for the one-shot samples you need to hold down the appropriate key or your left mouse button to keep it playing.

Latency is entirely dependent on the user's machine. Some computers make for a perfectly responsive experience, others make it impossible to do anything in rhythm without adjusting to the latency.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

After reading what this mixing tool is about, I get the idea of making your own junk of music out of the controverse. Like the idea to mix the differnet songs with the samples of the interview. There should be also some samples of Nelly Furtado what she would have said regarding the issue. Had some fun playing with it.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


it useless shit

DevWil responds:

Your insight overwhelms me.