Here’s a little promo video for Indiloop, a Vancouver-based company that has a super-cool online music remixing/mashup service. It’s been up and running on the web for a while, and an iPad version is coming soon. I wrote all the audio signal processing code for both versions – in Flash for the web, and native iOS code for iPad.

Indiloop was chosen as one of the finalists for the MidemLab startup competition at MIDEM, a major music industry conference that takes place every year in Cannes, France.

Turns out that a startup I did some audio programming for a couple of years ago, Paris-based Weezic, was also selected as a Midemlab finalist this year.

I’m hoping both Indiloop and Weezic will win in their respective categories!


About Gerry Beauregard

I'm a Singapore-based Canadian software engineer, inventor, musician, and occasional triathlete. My current work and projects mainly involve audio technology for the web and iOS. I'm the author of AudioStretch, an audio time-stretching/pitch-shifting app for musicians. Past jobs have included writing speech recognition software for Apple, creating automatic video editing software for muvee, and designing ASICs for Nortel. I hold a Bachelor of Applied Science (Electrical Engineering) from Queen's University and a Master of Arts in Electroacoustic Music from Dartmouth College.
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