According tomedia reports, Google has launched a new Chrome experiment called Shared Piano, which allows multiple people to play a digital piano at the same time. These tones are recorded and presented in the form of colored columns. Google wants to make it possible for one person to play one part of a song that another person can play another part — or if one player has a “room” player, everyone can contribute to the final masterpiece.
Shared Piano is a simple web application that provides a digital piano. When you open the lab’s website, you’ll see the piano, a URL that shares the player’s music “room,” some settings, and the option to select different instruments.
It is understood that a Shared Piano room can accommodate up to 10 people, and the player can also create a new room whenever needed. Each participant in the room can view the notes by scrolling through the previous music. Of course, it also has a play button to play established notes.
This is Google’s latest Chrome experiment, but it’s not the first to involve music. A few years ago, Google launched its Music Lab Song Maker, a digital synthesizer that anyone can access in a browser. Other projects on the Chrome experiment site include a music visualization tool called Tendrils, a singing challenge called Freddiemeter, Flappy Windows, and more.