I’ve linked a handful of these in the past, so I’m sure you’re well aware (because you’ve read everything I’ve ever written, naturally!) that I love the Symphony of Science project. I normally despise autotuning singers who are incapable of hitting the notes they want themselves, so this at least is a good use of the technology — sort of like the Auto-Tune the News parodies, only with science and reason as their focal point. The idea of taking scientists’ most poetic expressions of awe and wonder at this universe and turning them into soothing, beauty-filled electronica is positively inspired.
It seems the project is ready to ship, so a Version 1.0 release is here!
Immediate download of 11-track album in your choice of MP3 320, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Your favorite scientific thinkers become rock stars in the first compilation of songs from the acclaimed video series Symphony of Science. Includes all ten songs, plus one unreleased track and a desktop background to boot.
All for free (or name your price)!
Buy it here via freewill donations. Yes, you can donate zero dollars, but I’d think you’re mistaking the concept of the word “priceless” in that case.
My favorite at the moment is this anthem for science: