Music Apps Gone Wild

A session at SXSW Interactive 2012

Sunday 11th March, 2012

1:30pm to 1:45pm (CST)

Everyone's heard of I Am T-Pain, Pandora, and Turntable.fm but app developers on the next bleeding edge are pushing the envelope with features from the stunningly practical to the wildly "out-there" that many within the industry may not have heard of before. Within these entertaining apps lies advanced technology with practical applications across the board. Let's take a tour of the most advanced, wackiest music apps that exist -- or are on their way to existing.

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Eliot Van Buskirk

Editor, The Echo Nest/Evolver.fm

Evolver.fm Editor Eliot Van Buskirk has covered and occasionally anticipated music and technology intersections for under 15 years for CNET, Wired.com, McGraw-Hill, and The Echo Nest. A regular guest on NPR, he plays a bass, rides a bicycle, and lives in Brooklyn.

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18 attendees

  • Clemens Brandt
  • Caroline Giegerich
  • Rocco Stallvord
  • Ethan Kaplan
  • Eliot Van Buskirk
  • Geoff Kim
  • Jeremy
  • Karsten Kjems
  • Eric Nielsen
  • Phil Schwarzmann
  • Paul Lamere
  • sermad
  • Stellan Colt
  • Todd Nolley
  • Noelle Weaver
  • Martin Thörnkvist
  • toft
  • Mikael Zackrisson

11 trackers

  • Claire Armstrong
  • Ben Firshman
  • todd elliott
  • Carson McDonald
  • Isamar Molina
  • jason jercinovic
  • Matthew Hawn
  • roycifer
  • Sam Bao
  • Steve Portch
  • Todd Budnikas

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When

Time 1:30pm1:45pm CST

Date Sun 11th March 2012

Where

Texas Ballroom 4-7, Hyatt Regency Austin

Session type

Future15

Session Hash Tag

#wildapps

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