I recently bought the full version of RJDJ and it is a very fun way to create a dynamic soundgarden based on your environment. I also started using last.fm again even though they don’t have an iPhone player available yet in the Netherlands1.
To riff a bit on the the spime concept, I thought it would be nice if you could scrobble location information along with the track and the moment you listened to it. I describe it in more detail on the last.fm board but nobody there thought it was interesting. At least it was a good excuse to use the term psychogeography.
- Yet another reason to move to London or the US, the late release date in the low countries of any significant innovation. ↩
3 thoughts on “Environmental music experiences”
What a great idea, especially with more and more phones containing geotracking software or GPSses. It would be wonderfull if my phone/walkman or pda would start playing my walking-to-the-bus morning tracks automatically.
Oh man, that is also a possibility and a nice app to write. Maybe I’ll write it (I hope Toon & Bogdan aren’t reading this).
Of course we are reading this 🙂