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December 14, 2005

Musipedia.org — 'Searching 30,621 melodies and musical themes'

Mplogo

Mylene Mangalindan, in yesterday's Wall Street Journal, wrote, "Rainer Typke, a 31–year–old Ph.D student in the Netherlands, developed a search engine that lets Internet users identify music knowing only the melody...."

Musipedia was "inspired by, but not affiliated with, Wikipedia," wrote Typke on his website.

Check this out: "You can identify a tune even if the melody is all you know. You can play it on a piano keyboard, whistle or sing it to the computer."

Ha.

You know know how to whistle, don't you?

Lauren_bacall

Thought so.

Most interesting idea and website, is Musipedia.

It's amazing what a guy sitting home in his pajamas can do, eh?

Girls too — hey, you know I'm an equal opportunity goof–up.

December 14, 2005 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


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