RYM is a community-built music and film database where you can rate, review, catalog and discover new music and films as well as participate in contributing to the database itself.
TheAudioDB is a community database of audio artwork and data with a JSON API.
An internet repository for permanent storage of quality music modules from the tracking and demo scene. The Mod Archive began collecting music modules back in 1996. Since then, it has grown and become one of the largest and oldest collections online, thanks to the artists that contributed to The Mod Archive and the Public Domain in general.
Online database that compares the performance of common sample rate converters.
The scope of the Gearogs project includes things like turntables (including all-acoustic phonographs), amplifiers, speakers, mixing desks, effects including spring and plate reverbs, and microphones. It includes instruments that create their sound directly via electronic means (analog and digital synthesizers, for example), but not electro-acoustic instruments such as electric guitars, Fender Rhodes electric pianos and the like, nor electro-mechanical instruments such as the Mellotron, nor opto-electronic instruments such as the Optigan.
Common scenarios where this equipment will be found are in recording studios, hi-fi, and DJ type setups.
This is a collection of tools to help you manage, maintain, and optimize your own music library for a better experience.
It makes growing and maintaining a music collection of any size easier by automating necessary (but tedious) processes.
The tools currently aim to assist with music organizing and tagging, and playlist management.
Cross-Platform Compatible – Works and tested under Linux (Ubuntu) and Windows. Mac untested but expected to work similar to linux.
KVR Audio is a community and news site for popular Audio Plug-in formats and related subjects, such as sample libraries and mobile apps. Our mission is to supply up to date news to VST, AU, RTAS, DX and DSSI/LADSPA plug-in and iOS and Android App users in a friendly, up-front and timely manner.
The h-node project aims at the construction of a hardware database in order to identify what devices work with a fully free operating system. The h-node.org website is structured like a wiki in which all the users can modify or insert new contents. The h-node project is developed in collaboration and as an activity of the FSF.
This is a community with the aim of collecting as many internet radio and TV stations as possible. Any help is appreciated!