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“Since Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, there has been only one way to listen to recorded music: Listen to it. That is, to consume passively a precise sequence of sounds exactly as they have been arranged. But what … if the musician joined with programmers and visual artists to turn the songs into encompassing interactive experiences? What if listeners were to become participants?”
Since you and I love music and are ecstatic about good ideas (well, don’t/aren't we?), how could I not share what the columnist from the Times called, “among the most creative, innovative and important new projects in popular culture.”
You will get a reasonable idea of the 'magic' from the video embedded below, but evidently you should beg, borrow (not steal) an iPad to get the most out to it.