The music hacking events just keep on coming. On October 21st, the second Music & Bits will be held in conjunction with the Amsterdam Dance Event. Music & Bits will provide a venue for people in the music industry, bloggers, press, developers, hackers entrepreneurs and music enthusiasts to get together to focus on trends and opportunities in the online music world. Music & Bits will have two tracks – a traditional conference track with speakers and representatives from startups. and a music hacker track following the model of the music hackdays where hardware, software and music hackers can do their thing without having to listen to some PR guy talk about how he will leverage the synergies of the music 2.0. (Actually, the spring Music&Bits had some rather awesome speakers, so I expect that they’ll do the same for this event too).
Welcome to Music Machinery - the blog about the interface of music and technology written by Paul Lamere.
- The Autocanonizer
- Exploring age-specific preferences in listening
- Music APIs
- Gender Specific Listening
- The Infinite Jukebox
- Know your genre
- Loudest songs in the world
- Music Popcorn - A visualization of the music genre space
- Visualizing the Structure of Pop Music
- What is the most musical city in the United States?
- music hack day
- music information retrieval
- The Echo Nest
- web services
- zero ui