Smarter Playlists is a web app that lets you build complex playlists by assembling simple components.
Here are some examples of how to do stuff with Smarter Playlists. Click on an example to open the program and try it for yourself.
In this examples, a new playlist is created by alternating between tracks from two Spotify playlists (Morning Commute and Your Favorite Coffeehouse). The resulting track stream is de-dupped to ensure that we don't hear the same song twice.
This program starts with the Your Favorite Coffeehouse playlist but then doubles down on the chill by making every other song be by Ed Sheeran. To make sure nothing harshes my mello, I use a track filter to prevent any songs that are in My banned tracks playlist from getting onto the playlist. Finally, we de-dup the tracks to make sure we never play the same song twice.
This program creates a playlist of new music that is less teen-oriented by starting with Today's Top Hits and removing songs by any artists that are on the Teen Party or the Teen Pop! playlist.
This program starts with a Gothic Metal playlist and mixes in the top tracks from the band Ravenscry into the first songs in the playlist.
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