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Solar Beat

The Solar System makes music in Whitevinyl's clever flash

by Jacob Resneck in Tech on 22 April 2010

UK-based Luke Twyman's Whitevinyl recently released Solar Beat—a music box looped using the orbital frequencies of our own solar system. It's one of those simple concepts where astrophysics is translated into a pleasing ambient loop soundtrack more profound than your average web diversion.

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Still relatively obscure, the multi-talented illustrator, photographer, web developer, musician behind the band Neverest Songs continues to fly beneath the radar despite some rave reviews.

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Oh, and while it may take 248 "earth years" for Pluto to chime in, it's totally worth it.

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