The world is getting more and more like those futuristic sci-fi films. Check this out, for $30, any band or aspiring music producer can submit a track to see if it has the same characteristics as a hit song based on previous data on the Billboard pop charts. And it only costs $30.

“We see this as the future of music,” said Eddie Wenrick, chief executive of,a Montreal startup that aims to be the big new platform for farming musical talent. The company is a blend of MySpace– the social networking site popular among bands –and Canadian Idol. Members create profiles and add their songs for all to hear and buy. But for $30, they can get Hitlab’s software, called Dynamic Hit Scoring, to analyze their music’s hit potential. If they score highly, they increase their chance of signing a record contract.  See full article from

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