Teams of developers spent this weekend slaving over hot laptops in San Francisco for the latest Music Hack Day event. As usual, you can browse all the hacks created on the official Wiki page. Examples this time round: Music Smasher searches the catalogues of six streaming services at once; The Tangible Theremin turns two iPhones into an instrument that goes ‘woo’; Paul vs Billboard predicted the Grammy winners based on online buzz; Audible Harvest finds music and track listening trends across your social networks; Buddhafy controls Spotify with your brain; is a mobile app to find your ‘music soulmate’; SONOScloud mashes up Sonos with SoundCloud; and Silent Boombox is an iPhone app for running a silent disco.

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