GitHub is the world’s largest software development platform, with more than 56 million users from October 2019 to September 2020, and total user contributions of more than 1.9 billion. Project Audio for GitHub is a website that allows you to experience mass events on GitHub every day through sound.
Project Audio for GitHub, as the name suggests, monitors four types of events held on GitHub and allows you to experience the moment when an event occurs through sound. When Project Audio for GitHub is opened, a bell or string tone will sound immediately, and a circle that appears on the screen indicates an event occurring on the GitHub and sounds.
It monitors events happening all over github, and the timing of the sound may be thought to be sporadic, but it makes it sound like a song with sheet music. As it flows in a soft tone overall, there is no sense of incongruity even if you listen to it in the background as healing music.
The sound varies depending on the event that occurs. If you mouse over the circle, you can check the URL of the page that played the note. You can also adjust the volume by moving the slider in the upper right corner.
Here, you can filter the ringing sound by entering a word or string included in the repository URL. For example, if the URL contains the string ‘github’, only the repository event containing the string will be responded and a sound will sound. Related information can be found here.