A hipster robotic arm that stops you listening to any music it deems "too mainstream".
The hipster-robot is controlled by a Raspberry Pi, and monitors the music playing from Spotify on your laptop. Play any artist currently in the top 100 artist "hot list" (the "top_hottt" API from The Echo Nest)... Read More
BeatSlap is the 'Hot or Not' for music. Using celebrity playlists crawled from the web, players can choose whose music best fits each situation. Get instant feedback on what the world has chosen and see how long you last before getting #BEATSLAPPED.... Read More
BeerHear challenges the terrible beer available to drink in most medium to large sized music venues. I'm fed up of paying over the odds for a pint of Carlsberg or a can of Red Stripe whilst I listen to my favourite bands and so should you be.
With BeerHear, you enter your Songkick username which ... Read More
Bingo cards celebrating all our favourite Music Hack Day tropes. Play along during the demo session to win fabulous* prizes.
If you would like contribute either a bingo square or help generate the cards (Python generating LaTeX), just give @theleadingzero (Twitter) becky_ (... Read More
Does your favourite song not have a video?
Perhaps it has a video but it's not sufficiently flippant?
The Internet is here to help
These are your Burns takes your favourite bit of audio at the moment (Your 'jam' if you will) and crea... Read More
This Python script will take a song and modulate the pitch with the melody of a chosen score (basically, another song). Think of it as FM, except instead of a frequency we take an entire Christmas carol :p
Code is available on GitHub: [https://github.com/jganseman/MidiModulator]
Used software ... Read More
Amalgorave is a crowd sourced algorave engine, procedurally generating music for near unlimited users in real time.
Totally unique in each instance, but easy to create, users start by building a simple bass line and then various percussive sounds by choosing between low, medium or high tones to s... Read More
How well do you know your music? Can you guess what country a piece of music is from just by ear? Do you want to discover new, cool music from Europe?
I wanted to learn more about countries in Eastern Europe through their music. So I built EUphorics.
EUphorics plays you a random piece of music... Read More
A browser-based music sequencer taking input from Soundcloud or microphone (in theory).
Mix and match and repost your result (in theory).
Pick a track from a user generated feed (though there are no users yet), mash with other tracks, and put your own mark on it by adding effects and goats.... Read More