music search engine

music search engine

A search engine that indexes songs on the Web. See music search.
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To sing or to hum the theme and to transfer the recording to the music search engine.
com)-- Bandloc, a Tampa-based live music search engine, has launched its geo-location powered website this month.
The iPad compatible music search engine discovery site includes automated playlists, blog, new artist recommendations, aggregate news feeds, wiki-generated artists' pages, and social networking capabilities all on one site
Washington, Oct 28 (ANI): Electrical engineers at UC San Diego have created a new kind of music search engine that listens to music, and could even beat Genius - the music recommendation system in Apple's iTunes.
NEW YORK, October 18 /PRNewswire/ -- eSpew, the world's largest online free audio MP3 music search engine website (http://www.
A website that provides a music search engine has been launched by Melodis Corporation, a US developer of search and sound recognition technologies.
Mr Cohen, from Hackney, east London, registered the name in 2000 while then running a music search engine called CyberBritain.
CLICKMUSIC is the UK's largest music search engine, where you can find information on thousands of acts from pop to dance to rock and beyond.
com music search engine, the iMusic community site and ArtistDirect Superstore.
SeeqPod, originally a project of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, was a music search engine specializing in playable search results that filed for bankruptcy in 2009 after several licensing issues.
Allowing independent and unsigned artists to advertise in our music search engine will not only give a powerful promotional tool to musicians, but will also expand our library and improve the music discovery process for all Playlist.
Washington, June 14 (ANI): Electrical engineers at UC San Diego have designed novel music discovery games on Facebook in order to improve their experimental music search engine that is capable of listening to new songs and accurately labelling them with words-with no help from humans.