I will ask you, "What should radio be?" We know that radio can be used to share music, to broadcast sounds and speech. We generally use it either to share recordings or live performances.
I have always dreamt of creating a radio station that, itself, made music. A station where, no matter when you tuned in, things would always sound unique. Where no moment would appear twice.
And folks, the time for this new kind of radio is now-- with "Generative Soundscape Radio", fresh combinations of sounds are loaded at variable intervals, and there are enough sounds such that you are quite likely not going to hear the same combination twice-- nor the same iteration.
A step further-- you can change the radio broadcast yourselves. The player controls are interactive, so you can bring sounds up or down, in or out. And, you can load in a a new set of random sounds whenever you like.
So, this is Generative Radio-- it's live, it is always changing, and you can change it, as well.
And, unlike apps by the big boys, it is totally free-- even, public domain.
Are you curious as to how this is? Why not give it a try:
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