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As the world of online music grows, tools for helping people find new and interesting music in these extremely large collections become increasingly important. In this blog we survey the state-of-the-art in visualization for music discovery in commercial and research systems.

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Paul Lamere is the Director of Developer Commumity at The Echo Nest, a research-focused music intelligence startup that provides music information services to developers and partners through a data mining and machine listening platform. Paul is especially interested in hybrid music recommenders and using visualizations to aid music discovery.  Paul also authors ‘Music Machinery‘ a blog focusing on music discovery and recommendation.

Justin Donaldson is a PhD candidate at Indiana University School of Informatics, as well as a regular research intern at Strands, Inc. Justin is interested with the analyses and visualizations of social sources of data, such as those that are generated from playlists, blogs, and bookmarks. Justin also authors Self Conscious White Noise – a blog about mind, music, mapping and manipulation.

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