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How Music Information Retrieval can help you get the girl
Posted by Paul in music information retrieval, startup on March 17, 2010
Parag Chordia from Georgia Tech and his colleagues have spun out a music-tech company called khush. Khush makes cutting-edge artificial intelligence music applications. Their first app is LaDiDa – which is an auto-accompaniment application. You sing a capella into your iPhone and Ladida plays it back with a full accompaniment of music …. something like Songsmith (but with good music).
I had a chance to chat with Parag, along with Khush CEO Perna Gupta (she’s the dream girl in the video, btw), and Alex Rae (programmer+music geek). These folks are fired up about khush and LaDiDa. It’s great to see another innovative company come out of the MIR world. I think they will be going places.