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Music Synchronization

Like having your own movie orchestra
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If you've played the Need for Speed games, you may have noticed that the music slows down when you slow down the car. I think this capability could easily be added to car stereos. The modified CD player would be able to play a specially designed "driving music" file format and would be connected to the speedometer. The music would change to suit the speed of your car, starting out with a laid-back sound and getting more intense as you accelerate.
whippinggas, Apr 09 2005

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       I don't think it'd be a CD player any more.
bristolz, Apr 10 2005

       Would this be bad if you wanted to hear 'Flight of the Bumblebee' at double speed?
finrod, Apr 10 2005

       A little Yngwie Malmsteen on the Autobahn. Sweet.   


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