Mashups using the same API (1)
Quick: name that huge search engine you use a lot that starts with G but isn't...Google. (Hint: it's a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony.) Right. It's Gracenote, the folks who help you identify all those tracks in your music library. Okay, it's not exactly a search engine in the conventional sense. But it does have 130 million tracks and TV listings across 28 countries. And it handles 15 billion queries a month. We've covered Gracenote's earlier APIs in a previous column.
I love Rdio. All the music I want to hear (that happens to be available in their library) for $10 a month. It gets better. I can download the songs to the mobile Rdio apps for offline listening. Even better still, there's an Rdio API and it's pretty rich, as described by Rdio's Ian McKellar in the video below.
||NameShouts API provides name pronunciation abilities into applications. Using the API, you can get crystal clear pronunciations to a large database of names pronounced by Native Speakers. NameShouts...||Audio||04.25.2016|
||The Orange Radio API provides worldwide free access to thousands of digital radio stations and podcasts. A catalog of over 20,000 radio stations and 5000 podcast programs is sorted by continent and...||Media||04.13.2016|
||The aviApi aims to offer developers an audio, video and image manipulation and processing API. Features for each intend to provide video, audio segment, video poster / thumbnail, resize video, and...||Media||03.18.2016|
||The DeepGram API allows for the use of Artificial Intelligence cues to spot keywords and get insights in audio. The API intends to facilitate the analysis of audio and responds with the exact...||Natural Language Processing||03.17.2016|
||The Teosto API is an open sourced, Finland-based site for that aims to provide a communication platform for musicians to meet with users and music business professionals to facilitate networking and...||Music||03.17.2016|