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Google and Song Exploder deconstruct songs in virtual reality

Inside Music is the latest project to come out of Google’s Creative Labs. It’s a kind of next-level equalizer in virtual reality that uses WebVR and comes from a partnership with the music-analyzing podcast Song Exploder.

Viewed either on the web or in a VR headset, Inside Music breaks a song down into its individual components, like drums, vocals, and guitar. Each component is represented by a sphere that you click to disable that part of the song, so you can hear what each part brings to the mix. The initial experiment lets you select songs from a collection of artists including Phoenix, Natalia Lafourcade, and Clipping.

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