Google’s Chrome Music Lab Adds New Sequencer Tool

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Google’s Chrome Music Lab Adds New Sequencer Tool
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A new sequencer tool was added to Chrome Music Lab, adding more functionality to a browser-based experiment that lets anyone create music.

Chrome Music Lab launched back in 2016 as one of the Google Creative Lab’s experimental projects. It represents an effort to bring music tools to a wider audience for free, and they allow users to interact with producing music in an approachable way. While many people may be able to write down a tune or record some basic music, the actual process of music production is quite involved and can be scary to newcomers. Chrome Music Lab breaks everything down in an easy-to-understand format, and while it doesn’t have the same breadth of features that we’d see in a more fully-featured music production program, it’s certainly enough to allow people to experiment with making their own music.