MuX is a VR game that lets you make your own soundscapes and musical instruments from ground zero. It lets you engineer the audio, compose tunes and perform them. Long story short, you would be making wild sound machines.
Simple, Yet Effective Visuals
MuX’s simple visual style with its muter colors and flat geometric shapes conceal the actual complexity that there is to the musical equipment. The game’s building block is based on structural components that can be used for creating your own musical equipment. The available tools are customizable, which must provide you the freedom to express. As per the developers, the game would be enjoyed and appreciated by people with a formal music background. Others with no formal training but an inclination toward music would find the tool equally engaging.
As soon as you enter the MuX world, which is basically an underground laboratory within a cave, you would find strange objects surrounding you. These could be used to conduct experiments with. The objects could be hooked on to speakers for producing sound and be part of bigger structures that would create a lot more complex audio. The game also has a setup based on physics that allows you to make a marble machine. In audio synthesis, you could access components at the lowest level, which makes it possible for people with an inclination toward audio synthesis and programming.