The Infinite Jukebox

Written by: Casey Miles

Primary Source: Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures

The Infinite Jukebox visualization of "Scatman"

The Infinite Jukebox visualization of “Scatman”

Didn’t get enough “Scatman” in the 90s? Now you can potentially loop those “ski-ba-bop-ba-dop-bop’s” for-ever with The Infinite Jukebox, “for when your favorite song just isn’t long enough.” This web app uses “the Echo Nest analyzer to break the song into beats…but at every beat there’s a chance that we will jump to a different part of song that happens to sound very similar to the current beat.” The Infinite Jukebox also creates a neat visualization of the pathways between beats (pictured here).

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Casey Miles
Casey Miles is PhD student in Rhetoric & Writing, with a master’s degree in Digital Rhetoric & Professional Writing. Casey’s research focuses on queer rhetorics, specifically looking at butch ways of knowing, doing, and being in academic spaces, as well as documentary and video composition. Casey continues to work on her documentary series, The Gender Project, which explores gender, gender identity, and sexuality in everyday lives. Follow her on Twitter @soulsmiles