GitHub Audio Uses GitHub Activity to Generate Calming Music

For those of you who hate working in silence, GitHub Audio is the perfect background website to keep around. Created by Sudhanshu Mishra, GitHub Audio is a project that tracks GitHub activity in the form of musical tones.

These random notes come from the xylophone, stringed instruments and sometimes deep rumbling orchestral pieces — and they are triggered by new code being added to a GitHub repository or when an issue is opened or closed at the site.

The result is a randomized, always original, non-disruptive background music that keeps you company while you work through your issues.

Mishra even threw in some real-time visualizations — which you can see at the site — in the form of ripples. Click on them to go to the GitHub page itself.

Source: The Next Web