I participated in the zeroth Iron Coder challenge over the weekend. There were a lot of great entries, but mine was lucky enough to win.
Symphony is a useless little app that makes a lot of noise, Mardi Gras style. It abuses the secret ingredient API to determine when things happen on your computer — you start an application, move a window, type something. For each event, a sound is played. They all wash together and form a soundscape.
Since judging, I’ve fixed a few bugs, added a feature or two. Symphony now requires 10.3.9 with Quicktime 7 or Tiger. It is built universal.
Download Symphony 1.0 (3.27 meg)
Download Symphony 1.0 source (3.22 meg, BSD license)
[Update: Corrected link to source]
2 thoughts on “Symphony”
Both links seem to point to the same file containing the symphony application, I’d like to see the code! :)
Congratulations for your win.
Hmm, good point.
The link has been corrected.