MusicDNA is a service offered by BACH Technology A.S., Norway.
MusicDNA is a suite of cutting edge music related technologies that will dramatically change the way you conduct a traditional music search, play your music, make a music recommendation to friends, and generate a music playlist — in essence it will transform your entire approach to digital music.
With MusicDNA you are able to extract the essential information from your music, enabling you to sort, search, explore and connect your music and related information in a way, which has not been possible before.
BACH Technology is the company behind MusicDNA. Founded in 2007, the company has since then established subsidiaries in Germany and China. The foundation of MusicDNA’s R&D is underpinned by the long term strategic partnership with Fraunhofer IDMT, a world renowned German research institute for music technology.
MusicDNA is a registered trademark of BACH Technology A.S., Norway
musicdna.com, musicdnaradio.com and musicdna-interface.com are services offered by
BACH Technology A.S.
Nordre Nøstekaien 1
Management: Dagfinn Bach
Register Court: NO 891051662
Phone: +47 905 59 364
BACH Technology GmbH
98693 Ilmenau, Deutschland
Management: Sebastian Schmidt
Register Court: Jena HRB 502715
Ust-ID/sales tax identification number: DE260398252
Phone: +49 3677 467 146, Fax: +49 3677 467 467
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