Moodagent Divulges How American Idol Top 11 Interpret Billboard No. 1 Hits
As Idol lineup is reduced to top 10, mobile app sees through glitz and glam of popular show, viewer votes and hypercritical Simon Cowell, to expose individuality of each performance
[USPRwire, Sat Mar 27 2010] Moodagent, the free music playlisting application for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, illustrates how the 11 American Idol contestants succeeded this week in making Billboard No. 1 Hits “their own”. The app visually demonstrates how each contestant modified a Billboard No. 1 hit in terms of mood and tempo, and differences in the playlists generated by the original and the Idol’s version of each song. Anyone can do a comparison of different song covers using Moodagent, just by adding the songs to their personal music collection.
This week Crystal Bowersox (Image 1), Siobhan Magnus (Image 2) and Katie Stevens (Image 3) gave their songs the most variations in mood and tempo.
Last week, Tim Urban changed the genre of his song choice from rock to reggae. This week Lee DeWyze gave The Box Tops hit “The Letter”, a distinctly jazz sound. He had no more luck with the judges than Urban.
Of course, Moodagent won’t reveal who has pitch problems. That’s up to America.
To see comparisons of all 11 contenders, visit: http://www.syntonetic.com/blogs/music/
Moodagent is a free app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, that instantly creates new playlists to match your mood. Moodagent syncs your music collection to ensure every track has a matching track profile, then automatically creates playlists at your command. You simply set the colorful mood and tempo sliders, or start with a favorite song. Moodagent automatically creates exciting new combinations from your entire collection, and lets you discover music you forgot you had.
Syntonetic delivers powerful solutions for leading mobile device manufacturers, mobile operators, online music businesses and streaming music services, and provides applications direct to consumers. The company’s intelligent applications automatically decode unique properties within songs, including moods and emotions, to create new music services that attract and retain users, and applications that change the way people listen to music. More than 1,000,000 customers from 187 different countries have synced over 25 million songs to create instant playlists based on moods and emotions. Syntonetic offices are located in Frederiksberg, Denmark, and San Francisco, Calif., and can be found online at www.syntonetic.com
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