- http://ballads.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/projects - Mike B's work project
- YouTube: Introducing the 'fluid piano'
- Mutabor - a program that supports the live music with micro tones. It allows to play any pitches, even those which are not availlable on ordinary keyboards. An important application is the „just intonation“.Mutabor uses its own musical language to describe pitches, (re)tunings and reactions to events (chords, keys, MIDI signals). Furthermore, MIDI ports, MIDI files, and GMN files can be used in the same manner, mixed and output.Mutabor is a low-cost device, but its services in the area of intonation are still significantly beyond that which provides today's live equipment to musicians. It provides easy access to static and mutating tunings, can quickly switch between them, and allows the performer to experiment freely with them. So it is interesting for many users: for Musicians, who want to explore and compare the ancient tunings, in ear training, for music theory, as a tonal experimentation field for composers, and much more.
- YouTube: Wilsonic - Microtonal App
- https://github.com/diaschisma/31key - Tricesimoprimal Keyboard
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4niz8TfY794 - serialism, patterns
- https://github.com/smritip/dtw-for-classical-music-prod - Using Dynamic Time Warping to Improve the Classical Music Production Workflow
- Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music
- https://github.com/DCMLab/JazzHarmonyTreebank - This repository contains the Jazz Harmony Treebank, a corpus of hierarchical harmonic analyses of jazz chord sequences selected from the iRealPro corpus published on zenodo by Shanahan et al.
to mix; idm, technoid, less so general glitch, brokenbeat, some minimal, future garage, footwork, complextro, breakcore, etc.
why last.fm technoid tag isn't mainly idm/industrial;
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XUipCxjmmw - new beat
- Liveset Database - LSDB, the biggest platform for livesets and mixes.
Electronic and experimental
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_tekno - hardtek
great book: all crews [rise up]
rare groove, synth -> breakbeat hardcore - > jungle > dnb etc.
- https://www.reddit.com/r/gabber/ - see sidebar
jungletek - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dp5sN0-7wpQ
Drum and bass
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurofunk - Between 1997 and 1998
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darkstep - Europe and North America of the late 1990s
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_funk - Early 2000s
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sambass - Early 2000s
Compost 100, Fabriclive 12
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speed_garage - Early-mid 1990s
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bassline_%28music_genre%29 - Early 2000s, Sheffield
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7GIBwCtcAQ - 1996
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqfIvPQ8Dgo - 1997
- hard techno/trance, hardstyle. nu-nrg,
4th wave, poser noise
technoid - idm
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAmO6HeXpgE - dirty dirty deep techno / minimal
- 9128 - ambient streaming
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CscbxxFNAqc - acid core
goa parties. here's an actual video from one with laurent djing with goa gil wandering around;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0FzuhqxWA0 (video at bottom)
or mixes like;
as you go way back, things get much more eclectic and separated
83 was just new wave, synthpop, italo disco
and 76 is "Pop-rock, Psychedelic rock, Blues-rock, Disco, Electronic"!
- Elements of chip music - "This is my chip music seminar from Revision 2011. When working with a soundchip such as the SID or the 2A03, the artist faces a number of technical constraints that limit, guide and inspire the creative process. The seminar will highlight and briefly explain some of these constraints, with particular emphasis on how they influenced artists during the golden age of chip music to give rise to some of the clichés that now define the genre. We will also see (and hear) how variations of the same constraints have emerged in other genres and ages, and how composers such as Bach have tackled them in similar or different ways." 
- http://www.keygenplayer.com/mp3 - downloads
- muki - online MIDI and video game music (VGM) player. And what formats are supported? All of the following: .mid, .mus, .xmi, .mod, .xm, .it, .s3m, .psm, .amf, .ay, .gbs, .gym, .hes, .kss, .nsf, .sap, .snd, .spc, .vgm and .vgz. Those, and .dro, .imf, .raw, .laa, .cmf and the rest of the Adlib-based formats supported by AdPlug. You can drop one or a whole list of files and Muki will play them in order. 
- KeyGenMusic – Google Play - Like the music of keygen? Like 8bit music? With this application you can listen to music, download it for offline listening and set it as a ringtone for your phone!
- imfplay - DOS / AdLib .IMF and .DRO music file player. requires AdLib compatible soundcard. works in DOSBox
- https://github.com/NSBrianWard/IMFPlayer - A Mac OS X port!
- YouTube: imfplay v.2.01: DRO format support =Nautical Experience=
- AdPlug - a free, cross-platform, hardware independent AdLib sound player library, mainly written in C++ and released under the LGPL. AdPlug plays sound data, originally created for the AdLib (OPL2) and Sound Blaster (Dual OPL2/OPL3) audio boards, directly from its original format on top of an emulator or by using the real hardware. No OPL chip is required for playback.
- https://github.com/yshui/2sftowav - Convert NDS music dumps (2sf files) to wav, based on vio2sf
- https://github.com/ngeiswei/chiptune-meta-player - Play chiptunes in random order from various sources
- Chiptune.com - Amiga chiptunes