If you’ve got half an hour spare today, spend it perusing Echo blog post on the recent Music Hack Day in Berlin. 48 music apps were produced by developers in 24 hours – “everything from shoot-`em-up rhythm games to open-source Android autotune and an app that automatically adds credibility to your Last.fm profile, should it contain too much Lady Gaga and too little Fleet Foxes”. In our recent lead feature on APIs, we suggested that labels and other rightsholders should be diving in to the Hack Day culture, and the variety of ideas shown in Berlin backs that up.

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