Music Filetype To Allow For More Than Just Music

Music Filetype To Allow For More Than Just Music
technology

Details have been unveiled of a digital music filetype currently in development, a format being dubbed MusicDNA.

Kyle Studstill
  • 25 january 2010

Details have been unveiled of a digital music file type currently in development, a format being dubbed MusicDNA. The Norwegian developer Dagfinn Bach, who worked on the first MP3 player in 1993, has created MusicDNA to be searchable, with up to 32GB of extra information embedded in the file. The format is being designed to allow for dynamic updates of information on lyrics, videos, artwork and relevant links anytime the user is connected. Bach adds a comment on the changing nature of music consumption below:

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