From the mind of Pete Townshend: The Lifehouse Method.
We all have our own music. In 1971, I wrote a film treatment called ‘Lifehouse’. About the coming of the internet. We would make and share music, calling each other together to celebrate.You can sit for up to 3 "portraits" and access to the site is free until July 31. The first of the portraits I "sat" for is here (5.82 MB mp3). It's... interesting.
We now have an internet. I commissioned a software engine to produce music for people who want something unique - an authentic musical reflection to call our own. I call this the ‘Lifehouse Method’.
The Method software, developed by software engineer Dave Snowdon amd composer Lawrence Ball creates music, allowing you to sit for a ‘musical portrait’ just as if you were being painted.
The Method software has been designed without the intention to flatter or tease taste but to engage and intrigue. Whether you like your portrait or not, it is likely to be an authentic musical reflection of you when you sat for it.
A sitting will only take a few minutes of your time. Enjoy - be challenged!
- Pete Townshend