Pacemaker 2.0

Create and share mixtapes with friends

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Henk Holveck@henkholveck · Supreme leader of Haus of Holveck
It's so peculiar to me that Apple's featured this app so much in the app store yet it still isn't compatible with Apple Music, why?
Jonas NorbergMaker@jonorberg · CEO, Pacemaker Music AB
@henkholveck in my experience Apple feature great products. Period. And since there's currently no djing API available for  Music, it's impossible for us and everyone else to create a mixing experience for the service. As soon as there's an API available we'll be quick to integrate and bring the full Pacemaker experience to all  Music users. Stay tuned.
Ben TossellHunter@bentossell · Partner, The Upstarters
You can read the coverage on The Verge: Pacemaker lets you create and share mixtapes made with Spotify streams" What I find interesting is this: To avoid any potential copyright issues, Pacemaker will share the recipe, or the metadata containing how to put the tracks together, rather than the actual tracks. Since the new digital mixtape features will only work with music from Spotify, Pacemaker can stream them again (and generate more revenue for Spotify) when someone else plays your mix.
Jonas NorbergMaker@jonorberg · CEO, Pacemaker Music AB
@bentossell it's kind of cool right? In a world of music streaming, there's no need to save the mix as a file. Also Pacemaker is on the leading edge of a very big transformation: music as a platform. A platform for third party developers to create experiences on top of. Music Tech is going to be a whole lot cheaper and it's going to be a great motivation for people to pay for music streaming. It's Music 2.0.
Tyson Ferguson@whattheferguson · Co-Founder, Chief Product Officer @ Clyp
The part I find the most interesting is the usage of the metadata to create the track. Very cool stuff 👌
Elizabeth S HunkerHiring@elizabethhunker · EIR @ vLAB
Gorgeous. Very, very, ridiculously, gorgeous-looking. @pacemaker @oberglof @jonorberg @bentossell
Ryan Edsall@rezn · indie games, apps & chats about them
Happy to have had a chance to beta test this one. I still miss Pacemaker for PlayBook. But maybe one day I will get it on my computer.