Isle Of Tune

Isle Of Tune is a visual music sequencer where you arrange streets, cars, and roadside elements to make loops and songs, then share them. It's SimCity meets... Chime? I dunno, but it's pretty neat.

If you make a cool island, share it here!

  1. I made Odessa by Caribou. Still need to add a vocal track but I’m liking it so far.

    Actual song

  2. Also, the obligatory attempt at Portal. WIP

  3. Huh. I may have to get to know this thing. Three car max and lack of cycling or non-deterministic track-switching controls seems like a pretty serious hobbling of its potential for complex stuff, but I suppose you could do active loop-switching stuff by fiddling with the knobs during playback, as it were, in terms of the orientation of the intersection guides.

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