This website tracks events happening across GitHub and converts them to music notes based on certain parameters.
There are three types of sounds(bell, string pluck and string swell) based on four types of events(PushEvent, PullRequestEvent, IssuesEvent and IssueCommentEvent). Bells represent PushEvents, string plucks represent IssuesEvents and IssueCommentEvents whereas string swells represent PullRequestEvents.
- Events can be filtered by organization or repository.
- Can be downloaded for Linux or Mac.
The scope of the Gearogs project includes things like turntables (including all-acoustic phonographs), amplifiers, speakers, mixing desks, effects including spring and plate reverbs, and microphones. It includes instruments that create their sound directly via electronic means (analog and digital synthesizers, for example), but not electro-acoustic instruments such as electric guitars, Fender Rhodes electric pianos and the like, nor electro-mechanical instruments such as the Mellotron, nor opto-electronic instruments such as the Optigan.
Common scenarios where this equipment will be found are in recording studios, hi-fi, and DJ type setups.
KVR Audio is a community and news site for popular Audio Plug-in formats and related subjects, such as sample libraries and mobile apps. Our mission is to supply up to date news to VST, AU, RTAS, DX and DSSI/LADSPA plug-in and iOS and Android App users in a friendly, up-front and timely manner.
Both Discogs and Spotify offer a Web API for Third Party Applications like this one. After logging in with your Spotify account, you will be asked to provide a Discogs username. Using the Web APIs, we will query the public collection of the given user and try our best to match each release from the collection to an album on Spotify. The result will be stored for you inside a newly created playlist in your Spotify account.
Our free audio converter is a fast and reliable service that lets you convert audio files online from one to many file formats also you can extract audio from video in high quality. You have three options to upload your files, select your audio from your PC or provide us URL or from Google drive.
The h-node project aims at the construction of a hardware database in order to identify what devices work with a fully free operating system. The h-node.org website is structured like a wiki in which all the users can modify or insert new contents. The h-node project is developed in collaboration and as an activity of the FSF.
This is a community with the aim of collecting as many internet radio and TV stations as possible. Any help is appreciated!