Skipping To The Good Part Of A Song
from the bye-bye-miss-american-pie dept
Perhaps its our MTV culture that has reduced our collective attention span to 30 second snippets, but in any case, the need to get to the “good parts” of a 3 minute song has spurred the creation of song analysis software that automatically picks out the chorus. SmartMusicKiosk has been developed to filter through pop hits and skip from chorus to chorus so that people can browse through music to quickly identify what they like. Sort of the inverse function of a Shazam which we wrote about a long time ago — so instead of providing a snippet of a song you like to be automatically identified, having a snippet automatically provided to be identified as a song you might like.
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If it works, it would be cook if Amazon used the technology. It can be frustrating samplng songs at Amamzon because they give you the first 30 seconds – which sometimes doesn’t tell you much.
in response to Amazon.com 30 sec. samples if strategically cut can generate teh hunger to want to hear more of the track in full enticing the consumer to buy it. Anyone can hear music online whenever they like. If you dont make it so easy to hear the full track adn they like your music, eventually they will buy it.