IJMTES – MUSISHARE: AN EFFICIENT MUSIC SHARING AND PLAYING SYSTEM IN A LOCAL AREA NETWORK USING A SERVER

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : MUSISHARE: AN EFFICIENT MUSIC SHARING AND PLAYING SYSTEM IN A LOCAL AREA NETWORK USING A SERVER

Author’s Name : Akshit Singh | Mayur Kenkre | Vishnu Saju | Liza M K
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Volume 04 Issue 04 2017

ISSN no :  2348-3121

Page no: 347-350

Abstract – The world has reached a stage today where every individual expects variety in each and every aspect of life. From day to day things such as clothes to electronic gadgets, from music to food items everything demands variety, be it in terms of physical appearance or specifications. Similarly, this project has the capability to revolutionize the restaurant business. The ambiance is one of the major factors which helps in marking an impression on the customers. For a vibrant ambiance of a restaurant, music plays a crucial part. So to provide a variety even in the choice of music, this system comes into play. This system basically allows a customer to play his/her own choice of music in social places such as cafes, bistros, restaurants and many such establishments. With the help of an app, the user can select his/her own music from their android device and queue it on the common sound system of the establishment. Before every song is played a voting poll will be launched on the users’ devices so as to maintain the ambiance of the establishment. If a song gets maximum votes, it gets played on the common sound system. Before voting poll is done for a song, it is cross-checked for any explicit content and lyrics. If there is any, it will be removed from the playlist.

Keywords – WLAN, Database repository, music fingerprinting, Server linked with a repository, Android development, Android front end, and APIs.

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