This month in digital music libraries - September 2022
This month there’s a couple of new human-powered musical curation sites, more in the mainstream press about self hosting music software and hardware, and more QNAP attacks.
Digs is a new service that stores your recommendations about musical releases. It’s album based and human-powered, no recommendation engines ‘recommending’ dodgy instrumental covers here!
Meanwhile, muso.fm is a human-curated list of online radio stations.
Turns out, laptops have taste
As a programmer, it gives me cold sweats as to how this problem was diagnosed.
When your laptop cannot _bear_ 80s pop... https://t.co/JN2ItAcACZ (this is pretty crazy).— bliss (@bliss_music) September 2, 2022
Pitchfork articles about self hosting music
@PoRican is continuing to write about self hosting music hardware and libraries at the popular Pitchfork site.
On guard, shut down those ports! There are more ransomware attacks ongoing against QNAP NAS devices.
Audacity, but online
Check out this impressive Web based app - it’s basically Audacity (including a rather uncanny replication of the look-and-feel) but on the Web (it seems to have changed its name to Wavacity since I tweeted):