Music Ontology tools and specifications
Attention: motools has been moved to a new location at GitHub, see https://github.com/motools
This project holds Music Ontology tools and specifications, available from http://musicontology.com.
The Music Ontology is a vocabulary for describing structured music-related data on the Web.
The main Music Ontology specification, available at http://musicontology.com
The Audio Features ontology, aiming at describing aspects of musical audio signals.
The Chord Ontology, aiming at describing musical chords.
The code running the dbtune.org web site and its datasets.
GRDDL transform to translate Echonest Analyze results in Music Ontology RDF.
Service exposing echonest similarities as Linked Data.
Lots of random notes and bits of code for the evaluation chapter of my PhD - should probably be removed.
The Event Ontology, available at http://purl.org/ontology/event/.
A small extension of the Event Ontology for note-taking.
A ClioPatria-based browser for Music Ontology data.
Matching local audio files with Musicbrainz URIs of the corresponding tracks.
A release of GNAT as a Python library.
Some random code from a hackday in 2009 - should probably be removed.
An instance of GNARQL configured for Jamendo data.
An ontology to describe musical keys.
A service to expose Last.fm scrobbles as Linked Data.
A service to expose Last.fm similarities as Linked Data.
Some random code from the Mashed hackday - should probably be removed.
A small Python library to help dealing with Music Ontology data.
A set of configuration files and tools to make Musicbrainz data available through D2R.
A service to make myspace available as Linked Data.
Some random code - should probably be removed.
Sonic Annotator web application, enabling driving audio features extraction through a web interface.
The Symbolic Music ontology, to describe symbolic data as RDF.
The Studio Ontology, to describe studio recordings.
The Temperament Ontology, to describe musical temperaments.
The Timeline ontology, to deal with time and timelines.
The Tonality ontology, to describe tonalities.
GRDDL transformation to translate XSPF in RDF.