Posts Tagged steve lloyd
SoundBite for Songbird
Posted by Paul in Music, music information retrieval, research, visualization on March 23, 2010
Steve Lloyd of Queen Mary University has released SongBite for Songbird. (Update – if the link is offline, and you are interested in trying SoundBite just email email@example.com ). SongBite is a visual music explorer that uses music similarity to enable network-based music navigation and to create automatic “sounds like” playlists.
Here’s a video that shows SoundBite in action:
It’s a pretty neat plugin for Songbird. It’s great to see yet another project from the Music Information Retrieval community go mainstream.