Google’s Blob Opera Is Back To Spread Holiday Cheer

You can even record your own Blob Opera performances and share it.

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Those musical blobs from Google are at it again, spreading Christmas cheer through operatic carols.

This year’s playlist includes classics like Jingle Bells, Silent Night, and Joy To The World.

To get the blobs in the Christmas mood flip the Let It Slow switch on the lower right corner.

Created by artist David Li, the Blob Opera is a machine learning experiment that lets users guide the pitch and vowel sound of four blobs. 

It was first unveiled last year.

The project is a collaboration with Tenor, Christian Joel, bass Frederick Tong, mezzo‑soprano Joanna Gamble, and soprano Olivia Doutney, to teach a machine learning model how to sing.

When you load the Blob Opera for the first time, you will be welcomed with a simple tutorial and introduction to each of the blobs. 

Dragging them vertically will change their pitch and dragging them horizontally will change the vowels that they are singing. 

The machine learning part of it comes in to make sure all flour blobs are in harmony and are musically coherent, no matter how you play around with the blobs.

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