We are proud to announce the latest API update. This update includes 8 new instrument classifiers, improved BPM, Key, and Time Signature detection, and improved Similarity Search. For details, see full documentation here: https://api-docs.cyanite.ai/blog/2021/05/06/changelog-2021-05-06/
Now let’s take a closer look at it!
New Instrument Classifiers
Now, additionally to our
percussion classifier, we expose the
We also deprecated the
The new field
AudioAnalysisV6Result.instrumentTags exposes a list of detected instruments throughout the track.
New Key and BPM classifier
FastMusicalAnalysis types are now deprecated and will be removed from the API on 15 June 2021.
AudioAnalysisV6Result.bpm expose improved key and bpm values over the now deprecated
New Time Signature Classifier
AudioAnalysisV6Result.timeSignature now exposes the time signature of the track (e.g.
4/4) as a string.
New Improved Similarity Search
We improved the performance of our similarity search based on audio features. In addition to that, we exposed a new single field that allows searching similar tracks for both library and Spotify tracks with additional filters for bpm, key, and genre.
Go ahead and start coding
If you want to get a first grip on how Cyanite works, you can also register for our free web app to analyze music and try out similarity searches without any coding needed.
If you are a coder and want to join the ride, please send your application to email@example.com.
For more thoughts on Artificial Intelligence and Music Catalogs, check these out:
Introducing: Cyanite’s Keyword Cleaning System for Music Libraries
The 4 essential steps for analyzing music with neural networks