27 November 2010

Tuning In

Have you ever found yourself looking for a new tune or band?

TuneGlue is just the place to look for relationships between musical bands, helping you to discover new music. All you need to do is type in the name of a band, click on the central wheel, and TuneGlue will help you discover relationships between different groups in a connected-based web. In the example above, I began by typing in R.E.M. and let the connections expand. 

Musicovery is a similar tool which allows you to look for music online when you are at your screen working.  You can use Musicovery as an  interactive web radio station which gives you options according to your mood. You can select from Dark, Energetic, Positive or Calm. It also offers a wide selection of different kinds of music, ranging from jazz to pop, as well as giving you the choice of decade, from the 1950's to today.

Another interesting tool is MixPod. With MixPod you can design your own music playlist by selecting the skin (i.e. format) you prefer, editing the colours,  as well as adding video clips with your favourite music. Then, after saving, your playlist all you need to do is embed it in your blog or social network. You can have several playlists for anytime you want to listen or share something new.

What will you be sharing in your  playlist?




MusicPlaylist
Music Playlist at MixPod.com

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