If you knew every recording,
every score and every book by heart

What would you do?

Let's find out together

Music Connection Machine is a large-scale open-source project
that will let you, us and everybody else
experience what it would be like.

Some examples
of what you'll be able to do

  • Instantly know the differences between various sheet music editions
  • Instantly hear how a place in a score sounds in various performances
  • Instantly spot the differences between multiple interpretations
  • See how composers influenced each other throughout the history
  • Know how musical pieces are connected by quotations and borrowings
  • See how close composers or musicians are based on their style

Featured Project

25 students from the Technical University of Munich are contributing to the Music Connection Machine. They are analyzing billions of web pages from the CommonCrawl dataset and extracting information about classical composers, their works and the musicians. The code is open source and is developed on Github. The public release is scheduled for June 1st 2017. Stay tuned!

The Bavarian Radio reports on the project: "Wenn Lulu den Algorithmus stört" (in German)



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