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The Infinite Jukebox

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Web application.

 

Pick or upload a song, and The Echo Nest's API will try to find points of the song that it can seamlessly jump between, making it run forever with more variation than your standard repeat function.

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This is an amazing idea. I'm testing it right now to see how it works.

 

edit: Works really funny with Geek in the Pink. But I could see this working well with other songs. Testing other stuff.

 

Seems to work good with pop and dance songs.

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I tried it with a song from Shatter. You can see where it got stuck. Also if it gets pissy because you changed tabs, pull the tab out into it's own browser thingy and it won't have a problem being in the background.

 

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Tried it with Daft Punk's "Superheroes". Hardly sounds any different.

 

My man

 

I remember seeing this a few months back and it was kinda shitty. Guess I'll see if it's gotten better.

 

Edit: Yeah it still sucks with my music, oh well.

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I just noticed the Tune button. I've only messed with it a little, but about 20 seconds and I was already able to make the song sound better by reducing skipping and dirty seams. Also you can delete branches by highlighting them and pressing Delete on your keyboard. Drop the threshold under Tune, and delete problem branches, and you'll end up with something that sounds far better and looks a lot less like the picture I posted.

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Currently uploading Daft Punk's ALIVE as a one track album. This is going to be intense.

 

It crashed it, file was too large. :C

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It crashed it, file was too awesome. :C

Fixed it for you.

 

I haven't tried Daft Punk. I'll have to do that. Their stuff, as great as it is, has excellent looping potential.

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