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Bloom (software)

Bloom
Developer(s) Brian Eno, Peter Chilvers
Publisher(s) Opal Limited
Platform(s) iOS
Release date(s) October 7, 2008 (2008-10-07)
Genre(s) Music

Bloom is a generative music application for iOS created by Brian Eno and Peter Chilvers.[1] The software plays a low drone, and touching the screen produces different tones, which play in a loop. If the screen is left untouched, the software will create its own music.[2]

Eno and Chilvers have since released a related app named trope and another in 2012 named Scape.

References

  1. ^ "Larry Ryan: Caught In The Net", The Independent, October 17, 2008 .
  2. ^ "Brian Eno's "Bloom" sets the gold standard for iPhone apps", Paste, October 9, 2008  .

External links

  • generativemusic.com


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