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Under The Sea: Seaquence Lets You Create Musical Fish

It's better down where it's wetter.

This is a fun toy. Seaquence is one of many browser tools/games which allow you to create patterns of beats, by putting squares within a looping grid, twisting the pitch and seeing what happens. It’s the only such game/tool that turns each of your loops into fish, your waveforms forming their body and each note tapping along their antennae.

It’s free, runs in your browser, and I’m sure you can do better than me.
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