KALX 90.7FM Berkeley is the greatest radio station ever! But I'm not always near a radio, or able to sit there and listen to the Internet stream all day. They do publish a (sort of) live playlist on their website at http://kalx.berkeley.edu/playlists. I've created a service that takes the latest son... Read More
Discover live music near you.
Chances are you're familiar with who is playing at The Fillmore tonight. But how about the artists playing at Hotel Utah? Or Red Devil Lounge? Or Thee Parkside?
Hopscotch gives users one place where they can listen to music from all of the artists playing in yo... Read More
JamLog lets you archive and share your musical legacy for free.
Record online. Get a waveform. Save all your files in one place. Don't pay money to host your music. Listen to different versions of your songs.
JamLog eliminates bandwidth and hosting costs by creating videos of songs+waveforms... Read More
Check out our performance here:
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Using an Army of Leap Motion cameras, we have combined forces to showcase some its capabilities for realtime Audio... Read More
It would be nice to have your car help you with your playlists. Using openxc, we have your car's internal messages informing what music you hear. This isn't really demoable in 2 minutes, so we will be using obvious triggers to make it clear when the car is making changes to your playlist. ... Read More
Themes and variations on a forever conceptualized but never executed classical music UGC surfacing system.
"Classical Music for Insane People"
The scope of this project is huge, and requires, first and foremost, content.
I focused on creating a classical mashup generator through Echonest'... Read More
merchr is simply a database of artists and their merch store links. Everyone uses different websites to sell their merchandise, and there isn't a central repository of those links. We started with the top 50 artists from Echo Nest, and we want this database to be updated by the community.
We crea... Read More
I invented the playable piano necktie!
Mugatu is a piano key necktie midi controller, built using the Teensy 3.0 ARM based microcontroller.
It uses capacitive touch sensing and Teensy's USB midi support.
For the demo I used Fluidsynth on Linux but it should work with any USB midi capable sy... Read More