Some people—myself included—are musically challenged. Something about a lack of rhythm, or an understanding of how tones work. Luckily, British designer Luke Twyman has created something that allows you to play music right through your browser, in the privacy of your own computer.

Challenging himself to make a “simple web-based generative project” within 48 hours, he ended up creating Flora Drift, which is, essentially, a synthesizer within your browser. Every two bars of music you create, new imagery is generated for an experience that pleases all the senses.

Start making music on Flora Drift here.