The process of making and listening to music today looks very different than it did 20, or even 10 years ago. In this post, we delve into music information retrieval, a branch of data science that has the potential to integrate innovations in music production and listening technology to help us understand what makes some music powerful enough to support health and wellness in several key areas.
Sync Project participates in Sonar+D conference, and Open Music Summer Lab to spread awareness on the potential and development of music as precision medicine, here at Sync Project.
Sync Music Bot has made more than 40,000 sets of music for you to focus to. We've paid attention to your feedback to make improvements and even added some new features! Read this blog post for more information on our latest release
Chances are your digital music service of choice uses some form of technology for the new tracks it recommends to you. But just how does this technology work? And how effective is it? The Sync Project takes a quick look.
Music classification is now less about genre and more about mood, with listeners often building their digital playlists for a specific occasion or activity. It’s music with a purpose – or functional music – and it promises to get even more interesting as scientific inquiry comes into play. The Sync Project muses on what could happen next…
Tristan Jehan is the Principal Scientist at Spotify. He is the co-founder of The Echo Nest, a platform that combines data on music and listeners, that was recently acquired by Spotify. Tristan has a doctorate in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT and is an Advisor to The Sync Project. We interviewed him about his current work, his scientific endeavors and future interests. We talked specifically about Spotify, The Echo Nest and The Sync Project, but also explored topics like “can you tell someone is a republican by looking their playlist, will we be listening to personalized music composed by machines in the future, and what happens when you sync your playlist with your running pace?”