Episode 3.12 Hungarian Folk Music

Musical subcultures and listeners and artists not well-served by the iTunes, Spotify, GraceNotes world we live in.

Tagged: music, technology

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If you listen to Hungarian folk music, or classical music, or recordings of live shows, or obscure bands, then the (otherwise pretty decent) GraceNotes CD database and the many apps that rely on it might not really work for you. We talk about why that might be and how we might think about fixing it.

Before You Go

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