Friday’s Freeware: Cube 808
No download this week, but an online musical Rubik’s Cubse created for the 40th anniversary of Erno Rubik’s famous game.
The Cube 808 is Secret Feature’s project created for the Google Chrome Cube Lab project for the 40th Anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube, for which creative minds are invited to offer a new interpretation in the digital world of the object concept in 3D space initiated by Professor Erno Rubik in 1974.
The Cube 808 is an online beat sequencer, each face featuring various samples of the TR-808 drum machine. Just like with the original Cube, you can rotate the different faces in the 3D GUI to change beats and sounds, and even drag and drop your own rhythmic or melodic samples from you computer to the internet browser window.
The Cube 808 also offers pitch shit, tap temps, random playback controls and it can access your microphone to record samples.
You can test the millions of available sound combinations for free at 808cube.com. The Google Chrome browser is recommended but the Cube 808 works on other internet browsers.
Have a great weekend and don’t get crazy with the cube!
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