Difference between revisions of "Pandora"

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Pandora is an online service that recommends songs to the listener based off of a starting choice. The primary goal of the service is to provide the listeners with songs that they may or may not know that they like. Pandora is able to do this through the Music Genome Project, a comprehensive analysis in which data was collected on a large quantity of music and compiled into a database. Thus, when a song or artist is chosen on the service, data is pulled from the Music Genome Project to identify music with similar qualities.
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Pandora is an online service that recommends songs to the listener based off of a starting choice. The primary goal of the service is to provide the listeners with songs that they may or may not know that they like. Pandora is able to do this through the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_Genome_Project Music Genome Project], a comprehensive analysis in which data was collected on a large quantity of music and compiled into a database. <ref name=Pandora>http://www.pandora.com/about</ref> The Music Genome Project has 400 musical traits for every song entered in the database that it uses to bring listeners similar music to their initial song choice.<ref name=How Stuff Works>http://computer.howstuffworks.com/internet/basics/pandora.htm</ref> Thus, when a song or artist is chosen on the service, data is pulled from the Music Genome Project to identify the next song choice.<br />
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Pandora is only available in the Unites States, Australia, and New Zealand. <ref name=Wikipedia>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandora_Radio</ref>
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Revision as of 14:56, 30 October 2013

Overview

Pandora is an online service that recommends songs to the listener based off of a starting choice. The primary goal of the service is to provide the listeners with songs that they may or may not know that they like. Pandora is able to do this through the Music Genome Project, a comprehensive analysis in which data was collected on a large quantity of music and compiled into a database. [1] The Music Genome Project has 400 musical traits for every song entered in the database that it uses to bring listeners similar music to their initial song choice.[2] Thus, when a song or artist is chosen on the service, data is pulled from the Music Genome Project to identify the next song choice.
Pandora is only available in the Unites States, Australia, and New Zealand. [3]