Essentially a Google Maps music video, dropping pins on a map of America in sync with Johnny Cash bragging about all the places he's been.
Uses the MusixMatch API to get timestamped lyrics , look for place names and reverse geocode using Google Maps API, then synchronises the map plots while play... Read More
Take your music experience back to your youth. Choose a song you still like and an artist that you liked when you were young but wouldn't confess hearing today. Hear to a compilation (which is in most cases not directly available in Spotify) from this time and get suggestions what to hear and what t... Read More
PSY's gone to space, drag your mouse to help him avoid the obstacles!
Clone from GitHub here. Run
launch.sh.command to play!
Uses the echonest api to beat sync effects. Uses the musicmetric api to make things crazier with fanbase data.... Read More
This is a system that is continually listening to a music radio broadcast service and matches the track being played against the EchoNest database using EchoPrint.
A test is running at the hack on Absolute Classic Rock. The accuracy can be checked by comparing http://www.agm.me.uk/musicdev/recent... Read More
Hear your track played ANYWHERE (anywhere that's got an impulse response on SoundCloud..)
In-browser audio convolution reverb using SoundCloud tracks for both the source and impulse responses. Uses the Web Audio API.
Based on the code from the Web Audio API convolution examples. Thanks to Joha... Read More
We've taken every number 1 from the Billboard charts since 1890, and made an interactive remix.
The end result is eleven minutes of (mostly) beat-matched automated remixing from 1890 to 2012.
You can play with it here:
We used APIs from a few companies to b... Read More
I have enjoyed playing about with the new device APIs in browsers recently, the most interesting being getUserMedia to give access to a user's web cam. This being Music Hack Day meant I needed to include some music in the hack too, so why not make it in the browser. Thus a webcam based theremin usin... Read More
The Code Singer is a sort of code obfuscator that inserts and removes insignificant white space in order to match the bytes of a target audio file, whilst not breaking or changing the semantics of the source code.
https://github.com/andreasjansson/codesinger... Read More
Casual Platform Game using a User Soundcloud Track and the comments to generate the game level. The aim is to hit all the bad comments that the other people write "trolling" your music creation.
You can post some "bad" comments with your Soundcloud User in this track before the demo to see how it... Read More
This Java application uses the Echonest API to combine a number of happy & upbeat Electrospective dance tracks into one very creepy evolving composition.
The new composition is constructed by mixing sections together in various ways - making use of envelopes, overlapping and other techniques.
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If we were to play ALL of the musical works created to the moment, how much time would it take? Could you listen to all the music that exists in the span of yor lifetime?
I'm using Musicbrainz to try to make this calculation, as it is the most complete list of music that I know of. If I can't ach... Read More
A Spotify application that uses data from MusicBrainz to display data from Songkick, synchronized lyrics from MusixMatch, YouTube videos, Tweets, Wikipedia summaries and band metrics from Musicmetric.
Each time the track in Spotify changes, this information is updated and automatically displayed... Read More
Automatic vocal harmonization in Chrome.
If you're interested in the actual signal analysis and proc... Read More
The greatest bands in the world... and their sound-alikes.
Can you tell them apart?
Uses The Echo Nest API to find hotttessst track by familiar artists (that are likely to have plenty of cover versions) than searches the 7digital Catalogue API to find the tributes and randomly picks between a co... Read More
UPDATE: We'll be demonstrating the Techno Tunnel at The London Raspberry Jam on the 29th November at Mozilla - Register now to experience this time limited extravagabbaganza!
"...one of the mos... Read More