Title of Abstract

My Music Database

Poster Number

53

Submitting Student(s)

Andrew Blondo

Faculty Sponsor (for work done with a non-Winthrop mentor)

Andrew Besmer, Ph.D.; Richard Ilson, Ph.D.; Stephen Dannelly, Ph.D.; & Michael Lipscomb, Ph.D.

College

College of Business Administration

Department

Computer Science & Quantitative Methods

Abstract

This project focuses on creating an app, My Music Database, which allows users to store information about their music collection, including the genre, artist, release year, and a streaming link of a release. A primary innovation allows users a variety of ways to view their collection in-app in order to facilitate a wide range of user preferences. For example, Spotify does not currently allow users to sort their saved albums by genre. My Music Database not only allows users to sort by genre, but it will also let them specify the genre for themselves. Music apps often do not allow users to view saved albums from a specific artist while sorting chronologically, but this app makes that possible. It also allows users to link to an album's streaming link or make a note that they own a physical copy. My Music Database is meant for people who are frustrated by the organizational schemes of streaming platforms, for people who listen to music across several mediums, or for people who want to make a record of their physical collections. This app will be made publicly available for Android devices.

Start Date

15-4-2022 12:00 PM

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My Music Database

This project focuses on creating an app, My Music Database, which allows users to store information about their music collection, including the genre, artist, release year, and a streaming link of a release. A primary innovation allows users a variety of ways to view their collection in-app in order to facilitate a wide range of user preferences. For example, Spotify does not currently allow users to sort their saved albums by genre. My Music Database not only allows users to sort by genre, but it will also let them specify the genre for themselves. Music apps often do not allow users to view saved albums from a specific artist while sorting chronologically, but this app makes that possible. It also allows users to link to an album's streaming link or make a note that they own a physical copy. My Music Database is meant for people who are frustrated by the organizational schemes of streaming platforms, for people who listen to music across several mediums, or for people who want to make a record of their physical collections. This app will be made publicly available for Android devices.