In case you needed another excuse to procrastinate today, Google Chrome just launched a new music experiment, and it's pretty addicting.
It's called Song Maker, a browser-based tool that lets you to compose songs with just a few clicks.
It's part of Google Chrome's experimental Music Lab, which creates simple music-making tools for education. The project is easy to use, but surprisingly powerful. Each square represents a different note, which you "play" by clicking on it (or tapping, if you're on your smartphone).
You can also add drum effects and change a handful of the settings, like the instrument style, tempo, and scale. Check out the video below, from Google Creative Lab's Director Alexander Chen, which provides a good idea of what's possible. Read more...More about Tech, Google, Google Chrome, Apps And Software, and Tech