Tag: Music Hack Day


Mustachiness

One of the odder apps to emerge from Music Hack Day Boston this past weekend is Mustachiness, which turns any song into a mustache as part of an effort to raise money to fight prostate cancer. Clearly, this requires explanation ...


Free Music Archive Radio

If you own a restaurant or any other venue where music plays, you generally need to pay BMI and ASCAP. If you want to remix a track legally, you need permission from the copyright holder. And if you want to ...


Bohemian Rhapsichord

What if someone sliced Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" into tiny little pieces which you could sort, play with your mouse, or assign to computer keys, thereby allowing the entire song to be reconfigured at will?

Wonder no more. Bohemian Rhapsichord ...


Search For Music By Drawing a Picture of It

From the "Because You Can, That's Why" department comes a web app from Music Hack Day Montreal that lets you draw a line by dragging dots around on a nice-looking graph, indicating the loudness (basically, volume level) of the ...


Frankie's Organ

Make Frankenstein's monster learn and play your favorite songs on his organ. An HTML5 Web Audio app that uses The Echo Nest's analysis data to try and re-synthesize songs.


Music Smasher

 

Music Smasher is a mash-up of music streaming service APIs. I developed it to simplify the task of searching across 'Spotify, Rdio, Grooveshark, MOG, SoundCloud, and Bandcamp to find out who has the music you like. Results are almost all ...


Music Bloodline

 

Music Bloodline is a music discovery and exploration tool that allows users to find and visualize how generations of artists influenced each other, initially created as a part of Music Hackday Boston.

 


Infinite Jukebox

For when your favorite song just isn't long enough

With this Web App you can upload your favorite MP3 and generate an infinite and ever changing version of the song. You can listen to your favorite song forever.

The ...


Arpeggionome

The Arpeggionome is a musical instrument designed specifically for the iPad. With the Arpeggionome, you can design and perform intricate patterns of musical notes at incredible speeds and with precise control.

MUSICAL EXPRESSION AT 480 NOTES PER SECOND.
The Performance ...


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