Song identification using EchoPrint api written in Flex and actionscript

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Needed: Flex, AIR program to demonstrate the EchoNest music Identification api.

I need the program to listen to a song, and identify it, similar to Shazam.

All the parts are already written, I just need someone to put it all together.

api info: [url removed, login to view]

More info:

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[url removed, login to view]~dpwe/pubs/[url removed, login to view]

Join the echo print developers group on Google:

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Steps required:

1. Register a free account at [url removed, login to view] to get a developer key.

2. Download the actionscript library at: The Flash API for the Echo Nest

Author: Ryan Bardeen

Language: Flash

Website: [url removed, login to view]

Summary: The Flash API for the Echo Nest by developer Ryan Berdeen supports the track methods of the Echo Nest API, giving the Flash programmer the ability to analyze and get detailed info about the track including track metadata, loudness, mode and key along with detailed information relating to the track's rhythmic, timbrel, and harmonic content.


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3. Download code to record audio:

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or there are other examples on the web.

What I need: a button to start recording 30 seconds of music playing - a progress meter,

save the file in the same spot overwriting previous recording,

send necessary data to echonest to identify song, get response in xml and display response.

To be built with Flex 4.6 (or higher) using good coding techniques, comments in the code and error checking.



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