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inMusic, winner of Hubweek 2015 Hackathon!

Do you know that inMusic was born at a hackathon? Wu-Hsi Li is a MIT Media Lab alumnus who is interested in music game design and augmented reality audio. He wanted to hack the collection of stem from Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library using the API created by indaba music, so he attended HUBweek 2015, where he met Eric Rigo, an electronic musician and architect. Both of them were eager to exploit space in music listening experience. In less than 12 hours, they built and presented the prototype of inMusic, which landed the grand prize of Hubweek 2015 Hackathon for the duo.


About us

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Wu-Hsi Li

Wu-Hsi Li is the founder/CEO of Musicpainter, a mobile composing game/platform. He received his Ph.D. from the MIT Media Lab. His works involve augmented-reality audio and music game design.

Profile 2

Eric Rigo

Eric has graduated with an M.Arch degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology. He currently works as a Designer/Fabricator at Radlab Inc. in Boston, Ma. Eric also composes electronic music in a range of genre's and styles.

Tech Support

It's never easy to build an audio app. If you run into problems using the app, please send bug report and tell us what device you are using.

Call for music

Are you a musician? Interested in listing your songs for inMusic community in the future? Let us know.

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