Enrich your music listening experience
Songrium is a music browsing assistance service based on visualization of music relations that cultivates a deeper understanding of songs and their musical relations and facilitates an expressive interpretation of music.
AIST Songrium Project
is publicly available as an academic demonstration experiment. It is part of the research and development effort by National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and is partly supported by the JST ACCEL Grant Number JPMJAC1602, Japan (OngaACCEL Project) and the JST CREST Grant Number JPMJCR20D4, Japan (RecMus Project).
- Masahiro Hamasaki (AIST) — Management, Relation understanding engines
- Keisuke Ishida (AIST) — Interface design and web implementation
- Masataka Goto (AIST) — Direction, Conception, Music understanding engines
- Tomoyasu Nakano (AIST) — Singing voice understanding engine
- Satoru Fukayama (AIST) — Music impression analysis engine
- Kosetsu Tsukuda (AIST) — Comment analysis engine
- Since Songrium is in development, it might have some defects. The service can be suspended for maintenance without prior notice. We do not take any responsibility for any damages resulting from the use of functions and information on this web site.
- Music annotations estimated by our music-understanding technologies do not necessary coincide with the content of the original music.
- The registered songs will be streamed directly from the original website to your browser without being cached by Songrium. Hence, if these video files are removed from the original website, it will not be possible to play them in Songrium.
- Any information on Songium is permitted for personal use only. If you are interested in commercial use of our technologies and so forth, please contact songrium-ml at aist.go.jp .