A Symphony for New York’s Subway

by Christopher Paul on February 24, 2014

James Murphy is looking to create a soundtrack for New York’s Subway stations. He proposes using three to five “pleasant” notes that would chime when a MetroCard is swiped (or when the city joins the rest of the world with a tap system).

James has set up a petition on his website to gather support for the project. His project was featured at the WSJ and Observer. Watch the WSJ video and you get a sense for what he’s looking to accomplish.

And of course, you can follow the project on Twitter and Facebook.

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