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2012

HIDDEN

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The world’s simplest and most intuitive wireless speaker and FM radio ever. Simply lift the cap to turn it on, the further you lift the cap the louder it gets. For its compact size, this product offers one of the best performing speakers available to date; its sound will easily fill the space of the largest apartment.

2011

Night Drive Radio

— Mix and Tracks for the night.

2010

SoundManager 2: Javascript Sound For The Web

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SoundManager 2 makes it easier to play sounds using Javascript. By wrapping and extending the Flash sound API, SoundManager 2 brings solid audio functionality to Javascript.

2009

Mama Lisa's World en français: Comptines et chansons pour les enfants du monde entier

Bienvenue sur Mama Lisa's World en français, qui abrite la plus grande collection de comptines et chansons enfantines internationales de tout l'internet. Quelle que soit la culture à laquelle un enfant appartienne, quel que soit le drapeau sous lequel il ou elle vive, voici le lieu où trouver des chansons enfantines, en français et dans leur langue d'origine. Certaines chansons ont la musique Midi ou Mp3.

Thru You : Kutiman remixe Youtube

Il y a des milliers, des millions peut-être de vidéos de musiciens amateurs sur Youtube. Ce n'était qu'une question de temps avant que quelqu'un réalise que c'était là plus grande bibliothèque de samples du monde. Kutiman, un multi-instrumentiste de Tel Aviv auteur d'un album funky passé relativement inaperçu en 2008, aura été le premier. Le premier en tout cas à produire l'équivalent d'un album en coupant, collant, démontant et remontant des dizaines et des dizaines de vidéos d'amateurs de Youtube.

2008

Chronicart.com | Musique : Chrome Hoof - Pre-emptive false rapture

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En procédant à une relecture hautement jouissive de tout ce que la musique a généré de plus stimulant ces trois dernières décennies, aussi bien en termes de créativité et d'innovation que d'énergie, le groupe renoue avec l'esprit de liberté mâtiné d'imaginaire psychédélique qui florissait dans les séculaires années 70

myAWOL: A Music Label For The Digital Age

myAWOL (My Artists Without Labels) is looking to show the big four how it’s done. The site is taking a multi-pronged approach to tackle the music industry with the web: first, it will roll out a professional database to help establish itself as an authority in the space. Then, this Fall, it will introduce a consumer site that will function as a mix between a music community, online television channel, and independent music label.

A Mood-Based Music Classification and Exploration System

by Owen Craigie Meyers B.Mus., McGill University (2004) Submitted to the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, School of Architecture and Planning, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Media Arts and Sciences at the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY June 2007

Sweeper : Automatically tag your music collection with metadata from Last.fm

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A while back Last.fm released a command line tool to retrieve metadata for an arbitrary mp3 from their new fingerprint database. I tried it yesterday and it seemed way better than MusicBrainz. So, as a person with a lot of random mp3s, I cooked up a script for retagging entire folders of songs.

Last.fm Tagger

So, I'm trying my hand at Cocoa, namely RubyCocoa. Objective-C is a bit out of my grasp right now. If I start needing big performance boosts, I'll go that route. In the meantime, writing RubyCocoa apps is insanely fun. I wrote this basic tagger in 2 days (roughly 6 hours) and it works pretty well! If you plan on trying out this app, create a small playlist with the name 'lastfmtagger' and put a few albums in there.

The Body - Carter Burwell - Discography

Carter Burwell is the composer, artist or producer of the following records:

AutoRate : iTunes rating made easy

This application automatically sets the rating for all tracks in your iTunes library according to how often each track is played, and how often each track is skipped. Tracks that are frequently skipped are penalised, while often-played tracks are given a higher rating. This is particularly useful when using the 'Play higher rated songs more often' option with Party Shuffle, or using smart playlists.

Welcome to Chaotic Software

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A collection of powerful tools for media enthusiasts with a Macintosh using Mac OS X. Media Rage can read and write information stored in MP3, AAC/MP4, FLAC, AIFF, WAVE, BWF, and Ogg Vorbis audio files as well as EXIF (read only) tags in digital images. Media Rage can assist you in cataloging, organizing, sorting, and updating thousands of audio files with ease.

MPFreaker 1.7.4 - MacUpdate

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Imagine a program which automatically fills in missing information in your music library. MPFreaker searches the internet to find out what album that song belongs to, the year that song was released, what genre that album belongs to, track numbers, even album cover artwork and lyrics — and automatically adds this information directly into your song files, in seconds.

Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes ♫ Welcome

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Download 440 (and counting) free user-contributed AppleScripts for Apple's iTunes that will make maintaining your digital music collection easier and more fun!

Tangerine! | Potion Factory

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Tangerine! lets you easily create playlists of upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. It works by analyzing the BPM and the beat intensity of your music. Spend your time listening to music, not making playlists.

AutoTagX

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This blog is for discussion, support, and distribution of AutoTagX, an MP3/AAC tag editor and organizer for Macintosh OSX.

beaTunes ~ build better playlists

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Clean up your act! Get beaTunes 1.2! What started out as a BPM detection tool for DJs, runners and dancers, has become one of the finest iTunes™ library management tools around. beaTunes' powerful inspection feature let's you clean up your iTunes track data in a way unrivaled by any other software on the market today. Easily find typos or different spellings of artists' names, automatically fill in the album artist names, and much more. No more R.E.M. and REM in your iPod's artist list! beaTunes can even help you to find the titles of tracks that have no artist or title associated with them. And once you have a clean collection, the built-in playlist generator works even better.

Muxtape

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Easily create and share mixtapes !

The Married Monk

Ne jamais être là où on l'attend, tel semble être la devise artistique de The Married Monk. Successeur inattendu de The Belgian Kick, ce cinquième album est la musique d'Elephant People, un opéra pop qui rassemble les figures emblématiques de la monstruosité. Pour l'occasion, le chanteur guitariste Christian Quermalet, le bassiste Philippe Lebruman, le saxophoniste Etienne Jaumet et le nouveau batteur Nicolas Courret (Bed, Headphone), qui jouent sur scène pendant des représentations ont concocté une bande-son alternant chansons enivrantes et passages parlés par les comédiens du spectacle, dont la créature post-moderne Vincent McDoom.

Sounds of the Circus - Music from the Golden Age of the American Circus

The South Shore Circus Concert Band is one of the few bands in the country dedicated to preserving authentic music from the golden age of the American Circus. They have performed numerous times with the Big Apple Circus both in New York City at the world famous Lincoln Center and Boston. They have also played for Sells and Gray Circus, Clyde Beatty, Ed Migleys Shrine, Hanneford and Carson and Barnes Circus.

L'Anthologie sonore

L'Anthologie sonore is historicaly the second "Thesaurus" of Early Music. Discs were recorded under that label between 1933 and the mid 1950s in France, initially under the artistic direction of Curt Sachs. He was also the artistic director of the first one, "2,000 years of music, a concise history of the development of music from the earliest times through the 18th century" in the very early 1930s, just before he left Germany for France where he founded "L'Anthologie sonore". I loosely translated and adapted for the next section an article on l'Anthologie sonore written by Mr Armand Panigel that appeared in 1951 in the French periodical "Disques." Mr Panigel was then the director of the periodical.