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- A Google-like instant lyrics search website using musiXmatch's API and YouTube to listen to songs.
- Bandtrace aims to be a music encyclopedia that contains everything you ever wanted to know about artists, what they released, what tracks they have written, recorded or produced, who theyâ€™ve been...
- Instant Playlist uses Last.fm and The Hype Machine to generate playlists based on what you feel like listening to, then allows you to listen via Spotify.
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Peachnote is quite an innovative approach to music analysis. Developed by Vladimir Viro, a renaissance man who bridges the worlds of classical music and advanced mathematics, the Peachnote API provides the ability to search a large collection of public compositions by melody or sequence of chords.
How does the Web's largest ticket search engine improve its API? By giving developers easy access to more information, of course. SeatGeek recently made links to artists' Spotify and Last.fm profiles available through the SeatGeek API, and the company promises even more data in the future.
Do you live in the now or keep a foot back in the past? Better yet, what should an API provider do? At the end of July Last.fm (our Last.fm API profile) shut off some old API calls, to the disappointment of some mashup users and developers. The company had some good reasons, but it raises the question about what developers should expect, especially from free APIs.
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