Beauty and the beat.
Instead of listening to your favourite track over and over again, wouldn’t it be great if there was software that dynamically created an ever-changing mix that played – well – forever? Infinite Jukebox does just that and was created during Music Hack Day at MIT by Paul Lamere. The software creates a circle out of the track, slices it into distinctive segments and analyses which of these can be seamlessly linked to create a continuously-varied mix. Some tracks work better than others, especially if there is a regular electronic rhythm, and the results can be pretty incredible. All this is coupled with particularly beautiful infographic showing the track being analysed and linked in real-time. Music and visuals for your perfect party. MDKtm