Also, the insertion of extra text into my copy of "gimme the next one cap'n" was annoying, though I see its utility.
Love the music/idea - but jesus, kill that page with fire.
Gray Area and Digital Witchcraft were fantastic
First thing that goes on when I sit down at the computer. Suits me perfectly for hacking away.
limbiq frequencies http://tunein.com/radio/Limbik-Frequencies-s2225/
Anyway, Here's my weekend project on the SC api, which we won the Amsterdam Music Hack day SC api prize with:
From what I can tell, there is a "Fast" playlist and a "Faster" playlist of music (which you've selected) to listen to when working, because the songs are upbeat I presume. So the play button plays the music, and do the Fast/Faster buttons switch between the two lists?
Or is that not it at all?
hard rock -> heavy metal -> thrash metal -> speed metal
And for this genre, even Hard & Harder functionality. Hells yea.
Definitely put "slow", "medium" categories on there. Also, maybe filter out the songs that do those jarring breakbeats since those break the state of flow.
This seems to be a common issue for me with a lot of the embedded music players.
Thanks for saving me time!
Like one that plays through Parov Stelar, Caravan Palace etc...
This is awesome!
This is the next Pandora
Just noticed: REQUIRES a volume slider. Also a Download link.
a mix of mostly ‘mainstream’ (if there is such a thing) electro-swing tracks i like to groove to.
Where are you? Do you play out? I am in SFBay and really need to get out and see some live electroswing.
We used to dance at top of the mark in SF - I'd really like to help organize an electroswing party at that venue!
EDIT: I see you're in DC...
Email me your contact info: sstave at gmail dot com -- If I succeed in organizing an electroswing party in SF - your presence will be required.
and yeah I’m hoping to make it out to the SF area in the near future; would definitely be down if it works out.
If you don't mind doing a blog post on how you found and picked all the music it would be interesting to see how this came together!
EDIT: P.S. I've been using it all evening and I love the site. Thanks Ryan!
I remember when it was fashionable for "enterprises" to make IE-only sites circa 2000.
Now it's fashionable for "startups" to make sites that don't work with IE. It's every bit as short-sighted.
If you use the right DOCTYPE, IE 9 complies with standards well. It's a decent web browser, and very fast for day-to-day browsing. The only thing wrong with it is I occasionally run into sites like this run by people who discriminate against IE users.
I don't like Firefox for most browsing because it's got numerous problems that never get confronted. I don't like the browser from another web conglomerate because I don't want to share my usage data with a company that will ultimately use it to put me (and you!) out of business.