Learning about music is now more accessible than ever. As part of this year’s Music In Our Schools month, Google Chrome is testing out new technologies that allow everyone to learn music, so long as they have a computer and the Internet. According to the website, Chrome Music Lab is a “collection of experiments that let anyone, at any age, explore how music works. They’re collaborations between musicians and coders, all built with the freely available Web Audio API.” Science Confirms That People Who Play Music Are Smarter Than Others [Watch]So far, users are able to to create, analyze, and visualize music right in the browser without any plug-ins. You can see what sound looks like, how melody works, create rhythms, and can even turn your own drawings into music. Take a look at some of the technology they’ve incorporated to make this possible.Still in it’s experimental phase, the program is currently open-sourced to allow coders to go in an build their own ideas. Check out what Chrome Music Lab is capable of, and explore the site yourself. Watch the demonstration video below:[H/T JamBase]
In the rest of today’s three o’clock matches, Everton play host Bournemouth, while West Brom are at home to West Ham and already relegated Aston Villa go to Watford.Meanwhile, Celtic can be crowned SPL champions for the fifth year running this afternoon.The Hoops can retain the title if they win at Hearts in the 12.30 start and Aberdeen then slip-up at home to in-form Motherwell at at Tynecastle at 3 o’clock. With just two games remaining, only one of the trio can escape the drop with Newcastle trailing their rivals by a point.The Magpies are at home to Crystal Palace today at St James’ Park.Sunderland travel to the Britannia to face Stoke while Norwich are involved in the late game of the day as they face a daunting trip to the Emirates to take-on Arsenal in a half-five start.