QMUL C4DM API Presentation @ BCN Music Hack Day

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QMUL C4DM API Presentation @ BCN Music Hack Day

  1. 1. APIs and Data from C4DM • Vamp Feature extractor plugins: Tempo, Key, Beats, Bars, Note Onsets, Audio Alignment ... • Vamp plugin SDK: for writing your own plugins or host • VamPy: Python bindings for Vamp API • SAWA: Web demonstration of Vamp plugins • Sonic Annotator: command line Vamp host • DBTune: SPARQL-endpoints of music related data
  2. 2. Vamp plugins • List of available plugins: http://vamp-plugins.org/download.html
  3. 3. Ecosystem • A set of tools to mash- up Content-based features and data from the Semantic Web • Sonic Annotator: a command line host to extract Vamp features from audio
  4. 4. VamPy 2.0 • Write Vamp feature extractor plugins in Python
  5. 5. Vamp Host Programs • Sonic Visualiser (cross-platform GUI app) • Sonic Annotator (command line batch feature extractor) • Vamp Simple Host (command line tool for testing) • SAWA (Web application) • Audacity (Audio editor)
  6. 6. SAWA
  7. 7. The Music Ontology • RDF data published using the Music Ontology* * Source: http://dbtune.org/
  8. 8. DBTune • A set of SPARQL-endpoints exposing music related data as Linked-data. Examples include: • Jamendo, Magnetune (labels) • BBC John Peel sessions • Last.fm • MySpace • MusicBrainz
  9. 9. Hack Ideas
  10. 10. Hack Ideas • Does your music sound like your friends’ music? • Which friend’s iPod should I borrow to get energised/to cool down? (tempo) • I’m in a A minor mood today (key) • Is the music I make depressing? (tempo, key) • Identify the songs that are part of the same 4-chord songs, align them, take the verse of one, the chorus of another and create a new song that should sound great
  11. 11. All this and more on the Web www.isophonics.net/content/ hackday Come see us, or chat on irc or twitter: mathieub georgef sefkik utstikkar

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