We live in a musical universe. The waves and patterns are all there; we have but to translate them into sound. Such was the case with the recording made by Voyager I and II, and the latest example can be found online in the form of SolarBeat, a flash-based musical tool with a cosmic twist.
Created by UK musician, artist and graphic designer Luke Twyman, SolarBeat takes the movements of the sun's orbital bodies and merges it with the concept of an old-timey music box. As each planet completes a revolution, it "rings" an imaginary metal tine. In this post, SolarBeat creator Luke Twyman of Neverest Songs takes a moment to answer a few questions about this little slice of Space Music .